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Wed Feb 10 12:49:12 GMT 2010
On 10 February 2010 12:19, Kai Schaetzl <maillists at conactive.com> wrote:
> Ying wrote on Wed, 10 Feb 2010 09:52:31 +1000:
> Same question to you:
> Is it really that hard to not send HTML to a mailing list and quote
> > as all read /etc/postfix/spamassassin/*,
> That might be the problem. It's non-standard for MailScanner and
> for SA. Use the --debug switch and check if SA via MS is really using the
> files there.
> > I did by private bug report
> Honestly, that wasn't really a bug report. I hope you know that.
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now as you know MailScanner runs as a specific user (postfix perhaps in
SA 3.3.0 does NOT come with any default rules but relies on sa-update to
pull down the rules.
So, can the 'postfix' user see those rules (file permissions) and does SA
run as the postfix user also run those network rules?
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