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E R robibaro at ROBIBARO.COM
Tue Jun 10 17:14:43 IST 2003

Would it be possible to get a copy of this code?  One of my clients
wants me to write him something similar, and I'm wondering where to start

Julian Field wrote:

> This won't work with MailScanner, as MailScanner doesn't use "spamc"
> (it's
> slow), and it is always run as the same user.
> You can fairly easily add code to MailScanner (see to
> read
> per-user settings from a SQL database. There will shortly be some code
> appearing to do this which you will just be able to use without playing
> around at all.
> In the mean time, I might be able to find you some, but it isn't
> polished yet.
> At 15:47 10/06/2003, you wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I'm running the current version of MailScanner, along with 2.55 of
>> SpamAssassin. I'm trying to get spamassassin to use a mySQL database for
>> user preferences. I followed the instructions on the SpamAssassin web
>> site for setting that up, and added what they said to the file.
>> It doesn't seem to be working.
>> I was told in order for it to work, spamassassin needs to be run like
>> this:
>> /usr/local/bin/spamc -u $RECIPIENT
>> My question is, how is spamc started with mailscanner? Is it possible to
>> use a database for user preferences in spamassassin with mailscanner?
>> --
>> Jody Cleveland
>> (cleveland at
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> Julian Field
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