[Rspamd-Users] RspamD Training

Dan Swartzendruber dswartz at druber.com
Sat Sep 19 16:04:04 UTC 2020

T hat worked for me.

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> On Sep 19, 2020, at 11:56 AM, David Reagan <me at davidreagan.net> wrote:
> I ended up using a modified combination of the github link and https://wiki.dovecot.org/HowTo/AntispamWithSieve. If an email is moved int Spam, rspamd reports that it learned something, if one is moved out of Spam, rspamd reports that it learned something. :) We'll see how it goes when I actually put this into production...
> - David
>> On 9/17/20 7:57 PM, Dan Swartzendruber wrote:
>> I've successfully used the dovecot anti-spam plugin.
>> On September 17, 2020, at 10:39 PM, David Reagan <me at davidreagan.net> wrote:
>> Hey all,
>> This evening I've been digging into how you can train RspamD.
>> Specifically, I want each user to be able to train for themselves.
>> Can you confirm I'm not missing anything?
>>   * There is the Scan/Learn screen in the webui.
>>   * You can use rspamc to directly scan a message, or multiple messages
>>     at a time.
>>   * You can send a REST request to /learnspam or /learnham.
>> I did find my way to
>> https://github.com/darix/dovecot-sieve-antispam-rspamd Is that still the
>> best way to implement learning via Dovecot and sieve?
>> I was actually kinda hoping to just configure spam at example.org and
>> ham at example.org accounts that I would give rspamd access to. Then
>> configure sieve to forward emails placed in spam, or moved out of spam,
>> to the appropriate address. Has anyone figured out a simple way to
>> implement that?
>> Any tips on something I've missed?
>> Thanks!
>> - David Reagan
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