At 11:20 2003-02-16 -0500, fleet(_at_)teachout(_dot_)org wrote:
I'm not really thrilled with the information I'm getting in this
evolution; however, I *will* be able to identify (after a couple of weeks)
any recipes I have that just don't get used. I can then either retire the
recipe or figure out why it's not doing anything and rewrite it.
[snippage - the world needs more snippage]
Save your spam. Take your spam filters and run them in a sandbox pumping
the spam at them:
formail -s procmail -m sandbox.rc < saved.spam.mbx
Then review ther generated logs.
You can also throw legitimate email at the filters, to check for misfiled
By doing this, you can draft up a recipe and _immediatley_ see what it's
effect on email would be, rather than waiting until you get new mail in
that will trigger it.
Sean B. Straw / Professional Software Engineering
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