Spamassassin Syslog Functionality
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Mon Aug 3 19:30:36 IST 2009
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On 03/08/2009 19:00, Mike Wallace wrote:
> The reason I ask is that I want to run sa-stats to figure out what sa
> rules are being used.
> I'm not a Perl expert so I would prefer to not have to modify it to
> handle MailScanner's "Log Spam = yes" details in maillog.
> Or, is there an equivalent tool that will use the existing format?
> On Jul 31, 2009, at 3:54 PM, Mike Wallace wrote:
>> Is there anyway to have MailScanner generate Spamassassin syslog output?
>> I tried using the "Log Spam" setting in MailScanner but it logs to
>> maillog and not a separate log file that the Spamassassin log tools use.
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