R: user spam score
c.granisso at dnshosting.it
Wed Oct 21 09:00:26 IST 2009
Thanks for your response but I haven't multi-recipient mail and for incoming
domain I've set into db required spam level (different from value written in
Any other idea?
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[mailto:mailscanner-bounces at lists.mailscanner.info] Per conto di Glenn Steen
Inviato: martedì 20 ottobre 2009 22.34
A: MailScanner discussion
Oggetto: Re: user spam score
2009/10/20 Carlo Granisso <c.granisso at dnshosting.it>:
> Hello, I have another problem about user scores spam: I've created
> some users (without mailwatch but directly with queries into MySQL)
> and I want to setup spam level for each user.
> MailScanner always take default value in mailscanner.conf and not
> value sotred in DB.
> I've googled for this problem and seems that other few people had this
> problem but I haven't found the solution.
> Have you got ideas?
> Thanks a lot,
IIRC i works OK, as long as one remembers that "multi-recipient"
emails will only get the specific values for the _first_ recipient. If that
one hasn't got a specific value, the defaults will be used (either per
domain, or for the user "admin" (glocal value).
If you enable this type of thing, you need make sure to have set your MTA up
to split incoming mail so that a multi-recipient mail will become one
mail/recipient. Also turn on the SA cache, if not already done, to alleviate
any performance hit this "splitting" will incur.
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