MailScanner with SpamAssassin 3.4.1 use Mail::SpamAssassin::Plugin::TxRep or keep AWL

michael pap mike at
Mon Jun 22 19:58:27 UTC 2015


what is currently the better choice keep AWL  switch to  TxRep

The TxRep (Reputation) plugin is designed as a substantially improved
replacement of the AWL plugin. It adjusts the final message spam score
by looking up and taking in consideration the reputation of the sender.
It cannot coexist with the old AWL plugin, which must be disabled when
the TxRep is loaded.

To try TxRep out, you have to disable the AWL plugin (if present), back up its database and add a line loading this module in init.pre (AWL may be enabled in v310.pre):

 # loadplugin   Mail::SpamAssassin::Plugin::AWL

   loadplugin   Mail::SpamAssassin::Plugin::TxRep

When AWL is not disabled, TxRep will refuse to run.

Use the supplied file or add these lines to a .cf file:

 header         TXREP   eval:check_senders_reputation()

 describe       TXREP   Score normalizing based on sender's reputation

 tflags         TXREP   userconf noautolearn

 priority       TXREP   1000

Thank you.


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