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Re: Sudden increase in spam?

also sprach Marek Podmaka <marki@onee.sk> [2005.12.20.1051 +0100]:
>   man spamc says this:
> -t timeout
>    Set the timeout for spamc-to-spamd communications (default: 600, 0
>    disables). If spamd takes longer than this many seconds to reply to
>    a message, spamc will abort the connection and treat this as a
>    failure to connect; in other words the message will be returned
>    unprocessed.

Ah, cool. I would much prefer for a timeout to yield a 4xx to the
sender, but I guess disabling the timeout will have a similar
effect. Trying now...

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