includes question

Andrew andrew at
Wed Feb 11 11:05:09 GMT 2009

Hi All,

I'm using mailscanner on debian etch.

I have been trying to debug DCC (I downloaded and compiled)... checking 
the output of
spamassassin -t -D -C /etc/MailScanner/spam.assassin.prefs.conf < /tmp/test
(/tmp/test is a known spam email in full form)

and then again without -C /etc/Mails.....

I notice that when I don't have -C, there are a lot more includes 
(including the sa-updates)  (see further below)

My questions are:
1) Is spam assassin with the mailscanner config missing the update 
files? (if so, how do I fix?)
2) Any hints on getting DCC working? seems to work great without the -C 
file (and I have the path correct + use_dcc set to 1)

Any help appreciated!


specifically, I am missing this (and a whole bunch of other items, and 
DCC appears to be working well in the notes)
[3484] dbg: config: using "/var/lib/spamassassin/3.002003" for sys rules 
pre files
[3484] dbg: config: read file 
[3484] dbg: config: using "/var/lib/spamassassin/3.002003" for default 
rules dir
[3484] dbg: config: read file 
[3484] dbg: config: read file 

--cut --

484] dbg: info: entering helper-app run mode
[3484] dbg: dcc: opening pipe: /usr/local/bin/dccproc -H -x 0 -a < /tmp/.spamassassin3484F5zj09tmp
[3521] dbg: util: setuid: ruid=102 euid=102
[3484] dbg: dcc: got response: scanmx01 1117; 
Body=many Fuz1=many Fuz2=many
[3484] dbg: info: leaving helper-app run mode
[3484] dbg: dcc: listed: BODY=999999/999999 FUZ1=999999/999999 
[3484] dbg: rules: ran eval rule DCC_CHECK ======> got hit (1)

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