glenn.steen at gmail.com
Thu Apr 7 18:30:01 UTC 2016
The "Spam Lists" thing in MailScanner has nothing to do with the
Spamassassin thing. The Spam Lists are queried by MailScanner proper, an in
a serial fashion. Keep it fown to a bare minimum of well-trusted RBLs and
let 1 hit -> blocked... SA foes it's lookups in parallel, so should handle
the bulk of the lookups. The Spam Lists to be Spam setting, is only coupled
to the Spam List setting.
Den 30 mar 2016 1:36 fm skrev "Kevin Miller" <kevin.miller at juneau.org>:
> Spamassassin now includes a number of RBLs by default. It seems they get
> queried regardless of whether I specify them in the "Spam Lists"
> configuration option. Does it matter whether or not they are included in
> "Spam Lists" to trigger the "Spam Lists To Be Spam" threshold? I.e, if
> they're in two spam lists, but the RBL lists aren't explicitly listed in
> MailScanner.conf, will the counter still increment and tag the email as
> definite spam even if it doesn't quite reach the normal spam score (5.0 in
> my case)?
> Kevin Miller
> Network/email Administrator, CBJ MIS Dept.
> 155 South Seward Street
> Juneau, Alaska 99801
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