Spamassassin Queston.

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I understood the interaction between Dcc and Spamassassin several years ago 
when
I set up my machine as a 32bit mail server.  Recently I upgraded the machine 
to
64bit Fedora-11, and I frankly don't understand the interaction between Dcc and
Spamassassin in the code.

Both are invoked via a .procmailrc file, the significant part of which is:

---

# DCC Processing ....................

:0fw
| /usr/local/bin/dccproc

# SpamAssassin Processing............

:0fw
| /usr/bin/spamc

# Spam to file or /dev/null..........

:0:
* ^X-Spam-Status: Yes
|$RCV +SpamX

:0:
* ! ^Message-Id: [ ]*<[^ <>@][email protected][^ <>@]+>[ ]*$
|$RCV +SpamX

---

Previous to this are lines to either accept or toss mail from specific 
locations/ or Subjects/
or List-IDs.  After this I look at the remaining mail.

---

So my question:  Does SpamAssassin actually look at the
    X-DCC-dcc ... Metrics 
line that Dcc installs in the file and use it as information in creating its
    X-Spam-Status: Yes
line.

That seems to be the case, but its been a long time, and I really don't 
remember how
these things interact. Everything SEEMS to be working.
I promise to write down whats happening this time...
-- 
                                        Reg.Clemens
                                        [email protected]


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