Rainloop spam sorting doesn't seem to work

Hello all,
thank you for this wonderful platform. We’ve been using it for a while now :slightly_smiling_face:

At MailTape we’re receving quite a lot of spam recently on our public email. It’s more or less the same content and we take care to mark it as “spam” in rainloop but I wonder if it’s helping in anything as we keep receiving them. Got any idea here to help us with sorting that spam please?

Cheers :smiley_cat:

Also wondering the same thing since a long time.
If I had the technical knowledge I would try to look at Rspamd logs to check if any action is triggered by moving an email to the spam folder ?

I think there’s still work to be done in the postfix/dovecot config to enable spam sorting I believe … Would be interested if somebody has some experience with this (or maybe checking some tutorials online is enough idk)

For me spam training works with rspamd.

The relevant config (created by yunohost) in /etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf:

plugin {
  antispam_debug_target = syslog
  antispam_verbose_debug = 0
  antispam_backend = pipe
  antispam_spam = Junk;SPAM
  antispam_trash = Trash
  antispam_pipe_program = /usr/bin/rspamc
  antispam_pipe_program_args = -h;localhost:11334;-P;q1
  antispam_pipe_program_spam_arg = learn_spam
  antispam_pipe_program_notspam_arg = learn_ham

The line antispam_spam = Junk;SPAM means that to learn messages as Spam, they have to be in the folders “Junk” or “SPAM”.

Logs in /var/log/rspamd/rspamd.log:

2020-07-18 09:16:15 #2353(controller) <d90c6f>; csession; rspamd_controller_check_password: allow unauthorized connection from a trusted IP
2020-07-18 09:16:15 #2353(controller) <d90c6f>; csession; rspamd_message_parse: loaded message; id: <A5FA0AC7-739C-446E-870A-43A7E4E2C108@example.com>; queue-id: <undef>; size: 62824; checksum: <22d1e9b2e3d86b6673b91ae9d4adda2c>
2020-07-18 09:16:15 #2353(controller) <d90c6f>; csession; rspamd_mime_part_detect_language: detected part language: de
2020-07-18 09:16:15 #2353(controller) <d90c6f>; csession; rspamd_controller_learn_fin_task: <> learned message as ham: A5FA0AC7-739C-446E-870A-43A7E4E2C108@example.com
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