User specific "Spam Actions"

Ken Anderson ka at PACIFIC.NET
Thu Jul 10 18:29:26 IST 2003

or, if that doesn't fit your needs, see previous thread:
"How to use spamassassin on a per user basis with a third party e-mail
server setup?"


Orbitel Webmaster wrote:
> Take a look at the files in /etc/MailScanner/rules
> In a nutshelll go to the line to want to vary per user in
> mailscanner.conf.  Instead of putting it's value in put
> in "/etc/MailScanner/rules/rulefilenameyourwant.rules"
> Then use emacs/vi/pico to edit that file name.  I do my user specific
> spam actions based on destination e-mail address.  In my case, this
> file is used to determine wether the spam check is enabled or not.
> In this case, if they are user1 or user2 spam checking is enabled.
> Everyone else, default, has it off.  Hope that helps.
> #syntax   e-mail      yes/no/or any other option depending on the
> #mailscanner.conf line
> To: user1 at   yes
> To: user2 at   yes
> FromOrTo:   default   no
> -------- Original Message --------
> ==> From: Dene Ulmschneider <dene at DATATECHIE.COM>
> ==> Date: Wed, 9 Jul 2003 09:54:30 -0400
> Hello all-
> I am running RHL 7.3 and MS version 4.14-9 and Sendmail.
> I am trying to setup user specific "Spam Actions" and could use a
> little help. I know that the spam action setting can point to a file
> with rule sets in it but I am not clear on the format of the file.
> Can anyone help me out with the format of the file? If a user wants
> to delete spam and high spam - what should the file look like?
> Does anyone have a sample file that they can forward to give me a
> better idea on how to set this up??
>  Thank You
> Dene Ulmschneider Data Techie Inc.
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