SpamAssassin: where is my SPAM?
Alex Neuman van der Hans
alex at NKPANAMA.COM
Mon Aug 1 18:44:05 IST 2005
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Julian Field wrote:
> If you want to store your spam as well (in
> /var/spool/MailScanner/quarantine by default) then you need to add the
> word store to your spam actions and high-scoring spam actions.
> Mark Arrasmith wrote:
>> I'm running RedHat Enterprise 3, MailScanner 4.43.8, SpamAssassin
>> 3.0.4, DCC, pyzor, RulesDuJour, and Sophos Antivirus. This is an
>> update from previous versions of MailScanner and SpamAssassin.
>> In MailScanner.conf I have the spam action rules as ...
>> Spam Actions = deliver attachment
>> But, ever since I updated SpamAssassin (from 2.55 -> 3.0.4) I now get
>> all the Spam being deleted. What can I do to track this down? I'd
>> like to be able to run on "deliver" for a couple of weeks before just
>> deleting all incoming spam.
Also since the newer spamassassin is smarter, it may be that spam that
once scored as "spam" is now "high scoring spam".
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