Not Catching Spams and Config
mikelist at leawood.com
Sun Oct 9 21:34:29 IST 2011
Yes, but I believe it's default and with no additional settings. Here's the
config from MailScanner.conf and the spam.whitelist.rules, which is left at
Is Definitely Not Spam = %rules-dir%/spam.whitelist.rules
/etc/MailScanner/rules # cat spam.whitelist.rules
# If you are basing a blacklist on this then you can refer to
# a null (empty) sender address with "/^$/" as the address to match.
# This is where you can build a Spam WhiteList
# Addresses matching in here, with the value
# "yes" will never be marked as spam.
#From: 152.78. yes
#From: 130.246. yes
#From: host:soton.ac.uk yes # Note this is slower than using
FromOrTo: default no
On Sun, 9 Oct 2011, Martin Hepworth wrote:
> Do you have any whitelists or definitions for the " is definitely not spam" ruleset?
> On Sunday, 9 October 2011, Mike's List <mikelist at leawood.com> wrote:
> > I'm getting lots of spams, even though I have lowered the SA required
> > scores in the MailScanner.conf to that of 3. It seems like some spams
> > are not even being check by SpamAssassin? B
> > From /etc/MailScanner/MailScanner.conf
> > Required SpamAssassin Score = 3
> > Header: X-YOURORG-MailScanner-SpamCheck: not spam, SpamAssassin
> > (not cached, score=0, required 3, autolearn=not spam)
> > How can spams be getting a score of 0 if it is run through all those
> > RBLs, Pyzor, Razor, DCC, etc.?
> > I ran sa-update, and looked at /etc/sysconfig/update_spamassassin file
> > and saw the below. However, the below scripts are no where in /usr/bin
> > but in /usr/local/bin.
> > MSSAUPDATE=/usr/sbin/update_spamassassin
> > SAUPDATE=/usr/bin/sa-update
> > SACOMPILE=/usr/bin/sa-compile
> > SAUPDATEARGS=""
> > I can make the change, etc. but I'm wondering what else I need to modify
> > to make this work? Is there like a "global" setting that missed
> > somewhere during Clam-SA installation, i.e. with the install.sh script?
> > All inputs are welcome. Thank you.
> > Mike
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