[Mimedefang] cpanel whm centos 6.9 flag on header keywords?
jeffschips at gmail.com
Wed Jan 10 09:50:18 EST 2018
A couple of thoughts on this:
Isn't procmail no longer maintained because of a vulneravblity?
Doesn't SpamAssassin change subject lines?
On 01/10/2018 01:36 AM, Steffen Kaiser wrote:
> On Tue, 9 Jan 2018, Kris Deugau wrote:
> > Chip wrote:
> >> Newbie excited to use the features of mimedefang for a new project that
> >> needs to flag inbound email for sorting into folders (this can be done
> >> via cpanel-level filtering) based on keywords in headers.
> > MIMEDefang would be a powerful point of access, but it's not very
> user-accessible when you need to make changes. Mail sorting is IMO
> best done purely on delivery with procmail, sieve, or some other
> similar system that runs on per-user final delivery.
> if this is correct:
> you could forward to a program, such as procmail. You'll find several
> hits about cpanel and procmail.
> However, as Dianne pointed out, you could set a tagging system in
> front of your sever and configure cpanel's rudimentary filter with
> tags in hidden headers. I would not change the subject, esp. because
> you've mentioned DKIM.
> -- Steffen Kaiser
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