SpamAssassin score is always zero
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Wed Jul 20 13:58:33 IST 2005
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On 20 Jul 2005, at 13:38, Adri Koppes wrote:
>> I just set up MailScanner 4.43.8 on Redhat 9 (Intel). SpamAssassin
>> 2.6.4 was already installed. For the most part things are working as
>> expected. SpamAssassin, however, doesn't catch anything when run
>> through MailScanner.
>> Here's a typical maillog entry:
>> Jul 19 16:52:58 **** MailScanner: Message XYZ from **** (****)
>> to **** is spam, SBL+XBL, spamhaus.org, spamcop.net, SpamAssassin
>> (score=0,required6, autolearn=)
>> The SA score is zero on every entry in the log.
>> However, if I feed the quarantined copy of that message directly to
>> spamassassin -D <
>> SA gives it a score of 17.653, and generally does what it's supposed
>> Any thoughts on why SA isn't working when called by MailScanner?
> Looking at the maillog entry it looks like MailScanner is also
> doing RBL
> checking (SBL+XBL, spamhaus.org, spamcop.net). Since the message is
> already flagged as spam from the RBL checking, doesn't Mailscanner
> skip the SpamAssassin checks?
There is a MailScanner.conf option to choose whether to run
SpamAssassin on messages which have already been marked as spam by
the MailScanner RBL checks.
Check SpamAssassin If On Spam List = yes
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