Spam Detection Around 55%

Matt Kettler mkettler at
Wed Nov 1 23:15:22 GMT 2006

Julian Field wrote:
>>> Any chance you might consider adding an ifplugin statement to frame the dcc_path
>>> command?
>>> ifplugin Mail::SpamAssassin::Plugin::DCC
>>> dcc_path <whatever>
>>> endif
> As above, they won't have DCC installed yet. That's what reading the 
> instructions tells them to do: go and install it.

Yes, which is *EXACTLY* why you want the ifplugin.

>>> That might cause DCC to break for someone making a new setup using SA 3.0.x and
>>> the latest MailScanner, but who's going to get the latest MailScanner while
>>> using an old version of SA?
> But it's an installer for the latest version of SA. If they are running 
> it at all, they won't have SA 3.0.x. So I don't need to handle SA 3.0.x. 
> If they managed to run the whole installer and end up with 3.0.x 
> installed, I would dearly like to know how, seeing as it installs 3.1.x !!


Look. Julian. We're clearly on a different page here.

I'm talking about MailScanner here. So I'm talking about the MailScanner install
process. I am not talking about your optional clamav/sa bundle pack.


That does NOT install spamassassin as far as I know.

So does the MailScanner install process even tell users to modify their v310.pre?

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