AW: AW: Using Spamd rather than the SpamAssassin Library
roland at inbox4u.de
Sun Sep 7 04:00:20 IST 2008
I gave it a try, but found MailScanner process dying immediately after starting and messages were not processed at all. Probably a speciality of my system, that likes making me angry :-)
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: mailscanner-bounces at lists.mailscanner.info [mailto:mailscanner-
> bounces at lists.mailscanner.info] Im Auftrag von Matt Hampton
> Gesendet: Samstag, 6. September 2008 22:36
> An: MailScanner discussion
> Betreff: Re: AW: Using Spamd rather than the SpamAssassin Library
> Drew Marshall wrote:
> > No, just delete the actual file that line relates to so when MS
> > restarts it builds a new one.
> The reason for this is that an extra field is added to the cache for
> username - this means that if you choose to use different usernames
> result for one doesn't influence the results of another one.
> > This is (IMHO) the greatest advantage to Matt's solution over the
> > custom function that Steve posted, the cache is retained and you can
> > have the memory advantages of using spamd and per user configs etc.
> To be fair I hadn't seen Steve's post.
> I wrote the code in July and left it running (brave/stupid) when I went
> on holiday at the beginning of August. Didn't come get home when
> planned (over running building works at home) and was limited to my
> works 3G card - didn't fancy downloading the 12,000 messages over that
> > Works great here!
> Has anyone else braved it yet?
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