Quickly wanted to stop mail tagged by spamassasin as [SPAM] being delivered into my inbox. I did this using procmail and the following was configured on a Centos 6 server.
yum install procmail
Next create a procmailrc file in the users home dir along (this can be done globally by adding this to /etc/procmailrc rather than a user home). We also create a procmail directory to keep logs in and change the owner and permissions.
mkdir /home/myuser/.procmail touch /home/myuser/.procmailrc chmod 600 /home/myuser/.procmailrc chown -R myuser:myuser /home/myuser/procmail*
Now add the following to /home/myuser/.procmailrc
# Some custom procmail stuff :D # Change to on for logging VERBOSE=off PMDIR=$HOME/.procmail LOGFILE=$PMDIR/procmail.log # Location of things SHELL="/bin/bash" DELIVER="/usr/libexec/dovecot/deliver" # Use the following if you get "destination user parameter (-d user) not given": DROPPRIVS="YES" # the directory that holds the mail! DEFAULT="$HOME/mail/" MAILDIR="$HOME/mail/" :0 w * ^X-Spam-Status: Yes | $DELIVER -m Spam :0 w | $DELIVER
Next we change the mailbox_command in /etc/postfix/main.cf to the following
mailbox_command = /usr/bin/procmail -a $DOMAIN
service postfix restart
Now we finally test by sending some spam using the gtube template to our mailbox.
Subject: Test spam mail (GTUBE) Message-ID: <GTUBE1.firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2003 23:30:00 +0200 From: Sender <email@example.com> To: Recipient <firstname.lastname@example.org> Precedence: junk MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit This is the GTUBE, the Generic Test for Unsolicited Bulk Email If your spam filter supports it, the GTUBE provides a test by which you can verify that the filter is installed correctly and is detecting incoming spam. You can send yourself a test mail containing the following string of characters (in upper case and with no white spaces and line breaks): XJS*C4JDBQADN1.NSBN3*2IDNEN*GTUBE-STANDARD-ANTI-UBE-TEST-EMAIL*C.34X You should send this test mail from an account outside of your network.
If you tail the maillog file you should see something similar to the following :)
Nov 30 06:54:16 m00nie.com dovecot: lda(m00nie): msgid=<email@example.com>: saved mail to Spam