[Chicago] Anyone here have a little time for some SpamBayes work?
Mar 7, 2008 at 3:07 am
I have a Yahoo account I access through POP. I did not know that they
started offering IMAP access. I don't have SpamBayes installed now, but
I'd be happy to help test.
Where do I start?
IRC : czzl
: Are there any SpamBayes users on this list (well, besides me)? I'm hoping I can cajole someone with a non-free Yahoo! Mail account to try getting the SpamBayes IMAP filter to work with that system. Windows, Mac or Unix/Linux, doesn't matter at this point. (I sort of got it to work with Gmail via their IMAP interface, though with decidedly mixed results.) Thx, Skip
: Christian> I have a Yahoo account I access through POP. I did not know Christian> that they started offering IMAP access. I don't have Christian> SpamBayes installed now, but I'd be happy to help test. Christian> Where do I start? I was apparently wrong about Yahoo! Mail supporting IMAP. (Ken Stox alerted me to that fact.) I went back and looked again but couldn't find a "we support IMAP" statement on their website. OTOH, I did find a reference in an old discussion group message with an IMAP
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