Re Help with spamassassin+mailscanner

Scott Silva ssilva at
Wed Jun 18 20:31:24 IST 2008

on 6-18-2008 12:27 AM vinayan KP spake the following:
> Sir,
> I am trying to fix the problem of mailscanner+spamassassin installed
> on my new postfix server not detecting mails with low SA score as
> spam.  But I can see my old mailscanner which receives mails and
> forwards it to  new postfix server detects them as spam and tags them
> {Spam?}.  I am saying a sorry in advance that I won't be able to try
> your suggestions the same day and respond with results.  I will be
> able to do whatever you suggest when I get enough time.
> I have been suggested by Mr.Scott to install pyzor, set the bayes file
> path, permission for the beyes files, then do sa-learn etc and I have
> done all of them.  Still my new mailscanner+spamassassin dont detect
> low scoring spams which my older mailscanner+spamassassing sytem
> detects.  Please see the mails below this, which contains the outputs
> of:
> spamassassin -D --ling
> spamassasin --dump magic
> .
> Now I am getting
> [15396] dbg: rules: local tests only, ignoring RBL eval
> When I run a
> # spamassassin -D --lint or
> # spamassassin -D --ling < ..messages
> I use the following
> postfix.2.3.2-28
> Spamassassin.3.1.6-15
> MailScanner 4.58.9 on SUSE 10.2
Looks like very old versions of spamassassin and mailscanner. Why build a new 
server with old software?

MailScanner is like deodorant...
You hope everybody uses it, and
you notice quickly if they don't!!!!

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