SpamAssassin cache hit inherits original spam score?
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Wed Sep 17 16:26:19 IST 2008
The cache does not store whether it was spam or not, it just caches the
So I'm not at all convinced you are seeing the behaviour you think you
are, this may be the result of something else happening.
Tony Johansson wrote:
> We scan a number of different domains. Some have a required spam score
> of 7 while most use 5.
> The individual spam scores for the domains work as desired but seems to
> fail at times if a spam is cached.
> We've had examples where a domain that has set 5 as the required score
> gets spam delivered with a header as this:
> X-Svenskakyrkan-SpamCheck: not spam, SpamAssassin (cached, score=6.81,
> required 7, BAYES_50 0.00, DCC_CHECK 2.17, URIBL_BLACK 3.00, URIBL_SBL 1.64)
> Shouldnt the saved spam score be evaluated again when there is a cache hit?
> Regards, Tony
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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