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Thu Jan 29 10:22:56 GMT 2004
I would advise you to remove procmail again (it's extra complexity you
don't need). Then put your sendmail configuration back exactly the way it
was before you started doing all this.
To use SpamAssassin from MailScanner, all you need to do is set
Use SpamAssassin = yes
No procmail, no extra spamd daemons, no sendmail config changes, none of
At 10:16 29/01/2004, you wrote:
>thanks for your answer.
>i've installed procmail for spamassassin. i've found this for sendmail :
>i've done it with some differences.
>after i've installed mailscanner and in the config file, i've uncommented
>lines for spamassassin.
>but there were no relay and it appears some days (4or 5) ago
> > At 09:44 29/01/2004, you wrote:
> > >hello,
> > >
> > >i'm using sendmail 8.12.5 on linux redhat 8.0 and i've protected it from
> > >relay in the access file :
> > >localhost.localdomain 550 Go away and do not spam us anymore
> > >localhost relay
> > >127.0.0.1 relay
> > >192.168.1 relay
> > >
> > >this configuration worked well.
> > >
> > >some time ago, i've installed procmail + spamassassin + mailscanner to
> > >filter the incomming spam. all worked well but some days ago, we've seen
> > >that our server allows relay !
> > >
> > >i tried to stop spamassassin and mailscanner but relay is always
> permetted !
> > >
> > >do you have an idea ? thanks !
> > Why install procmail? MailScanner will happily use SpamAssassin without the
> > need for anything extra running. There is also no point in running spamd
> > either as MailScanner doesn't use it.
> > If you just installed MailScanner and SpamAssassin, you do not have to
> > change your sendmail configuration at all. Just leave it alone.
> > --
> > Julian Field
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