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   1 #Uncomment the following lines and use tail -f procmail.log to debug
   2 #LOGFILE=$HOME/procmail.log
   3 #VERBOSE=yes
   4 #LOGABSTRACT=all
   5 
   6 # Feed redirected spam to sa-learn, and also store a copy in a folder called spam.
   7 # This folder of false negatives could be useful if we needed to rebuild our Bayes
   8 # database in the future.
   9 
  10 :0
  11 * ^To:.*spam@example.com
  12 
  13    {
  14    * < 256000
  15    :0c: spamassassin.spamlock
  16    | sa-learn --spam
  17 
  18    :0: spamassassin.filelock
  19    spam
  20    }
  21 
  22 # Send all other mail through SpamAssassin
  23 
  24 :0fw: spamassassin.lock
  25 * < 256000
  26 | spamassassin
  27 
  28 
  29 # Mail that is very likely spam (>15) can be saved on the server
  30 # (not forwarded), or by moving the # down one line, even dropped
  31 # on the floor.  Note that dropping mail on the floor is a *bad*
  32 # idea unless you really, really believe no false positives will
  33 # have a score greater than 15.  If you want all mail forwarded,
  34 # just add #'s in front of each of these lines:
  35 
  36 :0: spamassassin.filelock2
  37 * ^X-Spam-Level: \*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*
  38 #/dev/null
  39 almost-certainly-spam
  40 
  41 
  42 # Forward all mail with a score less than 15 to my non-publicized address
  43 :0
  44 ! privateaddress@example.net

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