Looking for a good test to see that MailScanner is calling SpamAssassin properly

james.raines at heartland-ins.com james.raines at heartland-ins.com
Wed Aug 18 17:11:20 IST 2010

 On 8/18/2010 10:59 AM, Stef Morrell wrote:
> James Raines wrote:  
>> I am trying to find a way to 
>> test (from command line) to see that MailScanner is calling 
>> my implementation of SpamAssassin. Is there a good way to do 
>> this or am I going about it the wrong way? Thank you.
> In MailScanner.conf set both 
> # Set Debug to "yes" to stop it running as a daemon and just process
> # one batch of messages and then exit.
> Debug = no
> # Do you want to debug SpamAssassin from within MailScanner?
> Debug SpamAssassin = no
> to yes and run a test batch.
> You'll be able to see the full output from a spamassassin lint, which
> should give you all the info you need for your test.
> Stef
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Thanks. I just found the Troubleshooting MailScanner section in the
documentation as well.

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