CRM114 Installation on Centos 4
glenn.steen at gmail.com
Wed Aug 1 11:18:45 IST 2007
On 01/08/07, Alex Broens <ms-list at alexb.ch> wrote:
> On 8/1/2007 10:54 AM, Glenn Steen wrote:
> > On 31/07/07, Alex Broens <ms-list at alexb.ch> wrote:
> >> Note for Wiki unless someone has a better answer/idea/suggestion:
> >> Apparently there's no provision to limit the size of
> >> /etc/mail/spamassassin/crm114/reaver_cache's contents.
> >> Running on a *very* low traffic test box, the directory has grown to
> >> 59MB in less than 24 hrs.
> >> If you do *not* intend to perform manual re-training to correct ham
> >> /spam detection, it may be wise to set:
> >> /etc/mail/spamassassin/crm114/mailfilter.cf
> >> :text_cache: /reaver_cache/
> >> to
> >> :text_cache: //
> >> This will disable msg caching of all your mail traffic
> >> (keeping a copy of all ham/spam could also be against corp. policy)
> >> Disabling "reaver_cache" may speed up CRM114 processing by avoiding the
> >> extra msg write operations to "reaver_cache" categories.
> >> Alex
> > Added a slightly modified version of this text... Just modified to
> > more easily work with the wiki syntax.
> while your at it
> could you link the CRM114 dox to
> * Add Ons - Add on more functionality to your MailScanner.
> For the noob, stuff is sort of hidden in the Wiki Depth.
I'm not a big fan of the Add-Ons thingie, but .. sure, I'll put a link there...
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