Remote SpamAssassin for Evolution

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The main idea behind was in situation where you have SpamAssassin installed on the mail server itself and there's no use to have another spam procesing engine.


For instance I have SA installed on my home mailserver and I have the office email account (no SA at office) and I would like to use my home SA to identify junk.

On my office account I have Report as Spam (Rspam) Plugin installed so I didn't touch learn/report stuff. Of course spamc is still required (it usualy comes already installed in most modern distros). If this makes sense I'll add port option, ssl, and username option.