Report as Spam

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Plugin enables evolution to report emails as spam to colaborative spam networks also known as checksum-based networks, like Razor, DCC, SpamCop. This plugin is best suited when you have spamassassin running on your mail server and no filtering on client side.

Rspam.jpg

This plugin supports:

  Razor implementation that uses Cloudmark network
  Pyzor a free implementation of razor network
  Distributed Checksum Clearinghouse (DCC)
  SpamCop network


Contents

Requirements

* razor-agents 1 - razor-report and razor-register are required.
* pyzor - free implementation of razor engine - pyzor binary required.
* DCC 2 - only dccproc is required.
* SpamCop does not require any aditional software just [to SpamCop] network.

Features

* RAZOR suport
* DCC support
* SpamCop support
* spam statistics
* razor registration support
* revoke support (only razor supports revoke)
* 'multi-mail' reports (reporting for selected multiple mails)
* Evolution Network hooks (prevents reporting when there is no connection available)

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How to install

Rspam-settings.jpg

Download the rspam-0.0.6 file (382Kb) and unpack it.

Make sure you have:

Fedora:

yum install perl-Razor-Agents
yum install pyzor

Debian:

apt-get install razor
apt-get install pyzor

Run:

./configure
make
make install

Open evolution mail. Go to: Edit -> Plugins and check Report SPAM plugin to enable.

Go to: Edit -> Preferences -> Mail Preferences -> Report Spam to configure rspam


On Filtering Network select

  • Vipul's Razor for reporting using razor (razor-agents is needed)
  • Distributed Checksum Clearinghouse for DCC (dccproc of DCC package is needed)
  • SpamCop for SpamCop, by default a generic email address is used in report, but for reports to have more weight, SpamCop registration is needed.
    SpamCop 'Forward your spam to' field
    After registering to SpamCop paste 'Forward your spam to:' address in the SpamCop's field.

Reporting Bugs

Report a bug
List of bugs

Changes

  • 2010-07-09: Released version 0.1.0
    • correctly handle multiple messages
    • do not unlink tempfile until report is completed
    • allow build with older evolution versions
    • correctly listen for online signal
    • fix a crasher in spamcop reports and simplify spamcop report
    • fix razor discovery
    • adapt to Camel API changes and kill bonobo portings
    • update evolution macro to fix version detection
  • 2009-09-05: Released version 0.0.10
    • check for installed reporting software (razor, pyzor, dcc)
    • cleanup evolution headers prior to spamcop report

Collaborative spam networks

Network Report Revoke Supported
Razor YES YES YES
Pyzor YES YES YES
DCC YES NO YES
SpamCop YES NO YES
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