Examples of SpamAssassin Rule Actions
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Thu Sep 24 09:55:14 IST 2009
--- On Thu, 24/9/09, Julian Field <MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk> wrote:
> From: Julian Field <MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk>
> Subject: Re: Examples of SpamAssassin Rule Actions
> To: "MailScanner discussion" <mailscanner at lists.mailscanner.info>
> Received: Thursday, 24 September, 2009, 6:23 PM
> On 24/09/2009 09:08, Michael Mansour wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a requirement to consider spam which scores
> under the high scoring spam threshold for an individual, to
> be consider that message high scoring spam.
> > I have looked at the "SpamAssassin Rule Actions"
> setting and there's examples of:
> > "
> > # You can also trigger actions on the spam score of
> the message. You can
> > # compare the spam score with a number and cause this
> to trigger an action.
> > # For example, instead of a SA_RULENAME you can
> > # SpamScore>number or SpamScore>=number or
> SpamScore==number or
> > # SpamScore<number or SpamScore<=number
> > # where "number" is the threshold value you are
> comparing it against.
> > # So you could have a rule/action pair that looks
> > #
> > # This would cause all messages with a total spam
> score of more than 25 to be
> > # deleted. You can use this to implement multiple
> levels of spam actions in
> > # addition to the normal spam actions and the
> high-scoring spam actions.
> > #
> > # Combining this with a ruleset makes it even more
> powerful, as different
> > # recipients and/or senders can have different sets of
> rules applied to them.
> > "
> > But no example of how to actually say:
> > "if SpamScore>9=>quarantine for To address of blah at blah.com"
> > Is there more details I can find anywhere on the wiki
> or anywhere else on how I can setup the above?
> You first need a ruleset to apply the action to just blah at blah.com. So
> SpamAssassin Rule Actions =
> Then in /etc/MailScanner/rules/spam.rule.actions.rules put
> To: blah at blah.com
> FromOrTo: default deliver
> That should do the trick. Do you understand it?
Yes that's perfect thanks. I have this now as:
JKF_ANTI_PHISH=>not-deliver,store,forward spam at example.com, header "X-Anti-Phish: Was to _TO_"
To: user at example.com SpamScore>9=>store,not-deliver
FromOrTo: default deliver
and will monitor over the coming days but I trust it will work fine.
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