sa-learn, where is it?

Pete russell pete at EATATHOME.COM.AU
Thu Nov 13 05:56:33 GMT 2003

Also its in the src dir after you unpack the tar ball. In red hat, do
locate -u to update the database, then do locate sa-learn

Or find / -name sa-learn too I thunk?

I have just spent 2 days (I a bit slower than most) trying to figure out
sa-learn and bayes.

As some one here advised me, don't run it as root, run it the user you
use in your mailscanner.conf

Use the --prefs-file option eg ./sa-learn --prefs-file=
/etc/MailScanner/spam.assassin.prefs.comf or you MAY end up updating
databases that wont get used by mailscanner



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> I think you must have spamassassin to have sa-lean.


You can install it as Mail::SpamAssassin via the CPAN shell for perl
(perl -MCPAN -e shell, then type "install Mail::SpamAssassin)


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