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Auto routing of spam messages

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I need ideas on how to automatically to move spam messages to a folder and not sure how.

We have a linux box, MTA is Postfix, IMAP is Dovecot. I use spamassassin which is working OK, but I am not sure how to move the spam tagged messages
automatically into the spam folder. I know we can use maildrop as MDA with filtering capabilities or procmail.

Any other suggestions?


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You can try mark on subject adding **SPAM** and uses a rule on dovecot to redirect spam folder: http://serverfault.com/questions/488044/send-spam-mail-to-a-special-folder-using-postfix
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How can I create a RULE to simply delete it?
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