Re: Spamassassin behaving strangely

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On 01/13/2011 03:44 PM, Joe Zeff wrote:
> On 01/13/2011 12:31 PM, Timothy Murphy wrote:
>> But I'll study the documentation,
>> and see if I can get to the bottom of it.
> 
> Just out of curiosity, what email client are you using?  I ask because 
> I'd like to get spamassassin working but I don't know how to integrate 
> it with what I have.

What do you have?

Spamassassin can be integrated in a number of places.  I believe that
the spamassassin RPM includes an example for procmail integration. Each
user can configure how they integrate spamassassin with their
.procmailrc file.  Another point of interface can be as a sendmail
milter.  Look for the spamass-milter RPM.  I get mine from the
city-fan.org repo (along with slightly more up-to-date packages for
other related email support, including sendmail, dovecot, etc).  Using
the spamass-milter, I no longer have a need for the procmail rules as my
spam gets recognized and dealt with when its transferred (as opposed to
when its delivered).

I have milters for SPF, Greylist, ClamAV, and SpamAssassin, and DNSBL
configured for spamcop.net, abuseat.org, spamhaus.org, and dsbl.org.

Altogether, they really do cut down on the amount of incoming SPAM.

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