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Re: [opensuse] Re: IMAP .. Dovecot ... fetchmail ... postfix ... procmail ...
Per Jessen said the following on 08/31/2011 02:11 AM:
Anton Aylward wrote:

[...] But the sieve examples I see aren't as flexible as Procmail.

Please read that again.

Please also go back though this thread and look at other exchanges
about K.I.S.S and not making use of Postfix when running fetchmail

Yes, I remember all of that, but if you want to use dovecot local
delivery, I don't think there is a way around it.

*sigh*
Oh for more Perl-people ... TAANWTDI


I took your "but HOW?" to mean you were having difficulties getting
sieve to work in/with dovecot.

No, the HOW was 'HOW to get spamassassin integrated without using Postfix?'

I'm not sure you'll be able to run spamassassin as part of a sieve
script.

Then what use is it to me?

Sorry, I didn't realise that running spamassassin from sieve was a hard
requirement. That's your show-stopper.

*sigh*
Anyone?

I think I need to bump this to the [dovecot] list then.




which promptly delivers it back to my off site address..

WTF!

Bad postfix configuration. If postfix attempts to relay mail sent to
@antonaylward.com instead of delivering it locally, antonaylward.com
has probably not been configured as a virtual domain?

Correct.
How else can I send to @antonaylward.com from my HOME system
if my HOME system has antonaylward.com set up to deliver locally?

BTW, regarding my comments on SA performance, I neglected to emphasize
that there is a big performance difference between running a
spamc/spamd setup and running SA via 'spamassassin'.

Yes, I'm aware of that.

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