Gene Heskett wrote: > Humm, how would one translate this to that? > > #!/bin/bash > PATH=/sbin:/root/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/home/gene/bin > # make this run as gene! Does > # make sure the database is free > killall fetchmail > # wait for the spamd pipes to drain > sleep 20 > # do this dastardly deed > sa-learn --ham /home/gene/Mail/ham/cur > sa-learn --ham /home/gene/Mail/coco/cur > sa-learn --ham /home/gene/Mail/Xorg/cur > sa-learn --spam /home/gene/Mail/spam/cur > # now, this stuff is trash, 24 hours old, kill it. > rm -f /home/gene/Mail/spam-hold/cur/* > # And move todays catch into Mail/spam-hold/cur for a 24 hour period > # so I can retrieve it the next day if needed. > mv /home/gene/Mail/spam/cur/* /home/gene/Mail/spam-hold/cur/ > # Note, I leave the ham for moving where it really goes by hand > # and restore fetchmail but let the disks synch first > sleep 6 > /usr/bin/fetchmail -d 120 --fetchmailrc /home/gene/.fetchmailrc > > Simple little script, usually takes about a minute to run. cron sends me > an email. I delete it unless there has been an error. I don't know. I use exim with sa and bogofilter. Then it goes to imap and kmail reads from that imap server.