PCYMTNQREAIYR, it really works.

Gerrit P. Haase gp@familiehaase.de
Fri Sep 24 03:06:00 GMT 2004

Christopher Faylor wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 24, 2004 at 04:34:13AM +0200, Gerrit P. Haase wrote:
>>>>there is dbmail, but it doesn't work with Windows (or Cygwin) yet.

>>>Don't see how dbmail will help you with spam.

>>I want to store my mail in a database.  My email client should only
>>need to display the mail, not working as a database server.  I tried
>>again to get dbmail up and running and I see now that it is working
>>and injecting my mails into PostgreSQL:
>>Eventlog:dbmail/smtp : PID 922 : insert_messages(): message id=1, size=3712 is inserted.
>>dbmail includes an IMAP and a POP server, now I can read my mail via
>>IMAP locally.  Need to find a good IMAP client now.  I thought it
>>would be the best option to do filtering in a database.

> I'm using dbmail to store my email and I've written a simple perl script
> to do automatic filtering of mailing lists into different imap folders.
> It works well but it is s*l*o*w*.  I'll send it to you if you are
> interested.

That is not the main problem with my current solution, I have too much 
load because of the filtering.  It would help me a lot if the cpu load 
goes down.

> The perl script does spam filtering via spamassassin.

I'm new to dbmail, currently I don't see how to realize inserting into 
separate imap folders.  Yes, I'm interested in your solution, please 
send me a copy.


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