Re: Good Day
Yeah, I still get a few false positives and have had to tweak things a
bit (adding whitelist entries, etc.)
Something strange has happened in the past few days, however. I
started seeing messages that didn't appear to have gone through
spamassassin at all. Some of these were obviously spam. In checking,
I see the following happening with fetchmail:
reading message email@example.com:7 of 16 (3715 octets) ...procmail:
Program failure (-11) of "/usr/bin/spamassassin"
procmail: Rescue of unfiltered data succeeded
fetchmail: MDA returned nonzero status 62720
Somehow spamassassin is failing and the message gets "rescued" by
procmail so I see it. These messages do not get flushed at my ISP, so
I get them as duplicates later. Now if I can only figure out what the
On Tue, Jul 02, 2002 at 09:01:37AM +0200, Lupe Christoph wrote:
> On Tuesday, 2002-07-02 at 15:02:14 +0900, Howland, Curtis wrote:
> > If I remember correctly, doesn't that require sendmail?
> Doesn't here. I run it from procmail, which is invoked from postfix:
> (In /etc/procmailrc:)
> # Spamassasin
> | /usr/bin/spamc
> My personal .procmailrc files supposed Spam in a separate folder.
> I review this folder for false positives. Happens once a week or so.
> > As for "bounce", while Kmail has that feature it does require a real reply-to address. For the vast majority of spam, the reply-to is deliberately obfuscated.
> You'd just be bombarding some innocent victim. I know. I received
> about 20,000 bounces for invalid addresses.
> > > apt-get install spamassassin
> > > It trapped that one for me as well as 99% of the spam I receive.
> I still find a Spam in my norfmal inbox now and then. Not enough
> to warrant tweaking Spamassasin's rules.
> Lupe Christoph
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