{Spam?} Re: Spam but no randomly no Spam Report

Glenn Steen glenn.steen at gmail.com
Fri Jul 3 15:18:12 IST 2009

2009/7/3 Gary Faith <gafaith at asdm.net>:
> Was really hoping to get an answer to the question below!
>>>> "Gary Faith" <gafaith at asdm.net> 6/29/2009 9:25 AM >>>
> When Spamassassin returns it's scores, where are you pulling the data from?
> Is it in the header from X-Spam-Status:  returned from Spamassassin
> X-Spam-Status: No, score=-0.5 required=5.0 tests=BAYES_00
> shortcircuit=no autolearn=unavailable version=3.2.5
> or in the body somewhere?
> Gary
SpamAssassin is called as a perlmodule directly from within
MailScanner itself, so there never is a need to parse any header lines
or somesuch. If you need more detail, either wait for Jules to expand
on it, or read the code;-).
Why is it important to you? IIRC the thread mainly circled around why
there were a dirth of reports when thing other than SA reported it as
spam ... and a bit on how to get MS to always include the SA report.
So to me, this question is pretty orthogonal;-)

-- Glenn
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