[neomutt-users] filtering spam headers

Dan Ciprus (dciprus) dciprus at cisco.com
Fri Jun 21 03:58:33 CEST 2019


Your delivery agent needs to do this job. Neomutt/mutt looks inside the mailbox 
and displays emails for you. Mail has to be delivered by 
fetchmail/getmail/imapsync/offlineimap or whatever delivery agent you are using.

On Thu, Jun 20, 2019 at 05:59:43PM -0700, Steve Quezadas wrote:
>   I need to alter some of my incoming email headers for this bogofilter spam
>   filter thing I am using. From what I understand, procmail can do this.
>   Forgive the naive question, but where in the .muttrc file do I tell mutt
>   to use procmail? I can't seem to find the directive in the documentation.
>   I am using imap, if that makes a difference.
>   The "spoolfile", from what I understand, is where UNFILTERED email gets
>   sent. So now I have to tell mutt to filter the mail, will it not use the
>   spoolfile anymore?
>   - Steve


Daniel Ciprus                              .:|:.:|:.

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