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Re: SpamAssassin now used to filter BTS Mail

Adam Heath <doogie@debian.org> writes:

> Earlier today I enabled SpamAssassin filtering for all mail sent to the BTS.
> Procmail and SpamAssassin have recently been installed into owner@bugs mail,
> were we have monitored their progress and hit rate.
> Last sunday, I enabled SpamAssassin filtering on a copy of all mail
> sent to the BTS.  30% of the mail sent to the BTS(at least the mail
> that enters the receive script) is spam, and of that, there were no
> false hits(at least with a quick glance at the files).
> With such high numbers(and such a good success rate), I have decided
> to not wait a week for more data, but to roll it out now.

Is spamassin configured to bounce spam or to mark it (with X-Spam-Status)?

> Also, Colin Watson has made a script to make it easy for us to edit
> .log files(the file that stores the mails sent to a bug).  If some
> bug has spam already inside it, then please send a mail to
> owner@bugs, asking for it to be fixed.

That's sweet.


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