Mailscanner + Spamassassin domain Preferences
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Tue Jun 13 16:55:07 IST 2006
On 13 Jun 2006, at 15:57, Paul Tenfjord wrote:
> On Monday 12 June 2006 23:14, Julian Field wrote:
>> Basically all the settings people ever actually need to change are
>> controllable from MailScanner.conf. What settings are you trying
>> to set
>> Paul Tenfjord wrote:
>>> Hi all.
>>> I am setting up a mail hub using postfix, mailscanner, clamav and
>>> spamassassing. This works very well, mailscanner is really great,
>>> only thing left for me to do is figure out how to have user
>>> (or domain settings, per user is not that important) in
>>> I've read about sql user preferences but that requires that SA uses
>>> spamc/spamd, which as far as I know MS does not do. I also found
>>> posts in the archive but they are dated back to 2004
>>> ml), maybe something has happend in this front since then.
>>> I appreciate all answers.
>>> Best regards
>> Julian Field
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> Thanks for the reply.
> This server is replacing another mailhub, which has per domain
> settings. Some
> domain customers have requested that mail tagged as spam should be
> to spam at theirfirm.org. This is the only setting I need to set
> different for
> each domain.
> Any suggestions?
You can do this with a ruleset attached to "Spam Actions" and "High-
Scoring Spam Actions" in MailScanner.conf. Something along the lines of
To: domain1.com forward spam at theirfirm.org
To: domain2.com forward spam at domain2.com
FromOrTo: default deliver
Easy as that.
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