[SpamCop-List] Re: Command line spam scanner?
Duncantuna at yahoo.com.com
Tue Mar 9 11:59:17 EST 2004
Well .. thanks for the quick reply. I decided to spend the time trying to
get SA to work ..
I read through the http://www.openhandhome.com/howtosa260.html documentation
and followed the steps .. got all the way to PART VI: Getting NMAKE to Work,
Part I .. but the NMAKE step seemed to blow chunks, with a whole crap load
of error messages and a "FATAL ERROR" at the end.
(NMAKE had worked on previous steps in the how-to.)
So .. I tried backing up a few steps and repeating .. everything works fine
until that NMAKE.
So .. I guess I'm still looking for a solution, either to this NMAKE
problem, or some other utility that will work out of the box for Windows.
"D.Diaz" <gospamming at yourdomain.invalid> wrote in message
news:Xns94A7B7623F67Fxnddmxn at 220.127.116.11...
> "Duncan Tuna" <Duncantuna at yahoo.com.com> wrote in
> news:c2ks4n$k4m$1 at news.spamcop.net:
> > I need a command line utility that accepts the file name of the email
> > on
> > the server, and scans that file off disk, then marks its subject with
> > "SPAM" or something, if spam.
> > (e.g. C:/spamscanner.exe c:/Mailbox/Fred/email1234.txt)
> > Anyone heard of something like that?
> SpamAssassin does just that, and is by far the best tool for spam
> detection. We use it in our local server. You just need Activestate's
> ActivePerl for Windows to compile and run it.
> http://www.spamassassin.org (SpamAssassin main site)
> http://www.activestate.com (Activestate main site)
> http://www.openhandhome.com/howtosa.html (How to compile SpamAssassin on
> Win32 machines)
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