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Wayne Topa(firstname.lastname@example.org) is reported to have said:
> dman(email@example.com) is reported to have said:
> > On Sun, Feb 03, 2002 at 11:48:52AM -0500, Wayne Topa wrote:
> > | dman(firstname.lastname@example.org) is reported to have said:
> > | > SpamAssassin does a pretty good job of tagging these so I can
> > | > automagically dump them.
> > |
> > | Then I am doing something wrong. Spamassassin doesn't do anything
> > | with them except put in "X-Spam-Status: No, hits=0 required=5
> > | tests=".
> > |
> > | Must be a configuration problem but I sure can't find it. :-(
> > Are you using 'spamc' or 'spamassassin' as the filter? If spamc, is
> > spamd running? If you use "spamc -f" and there is a problem
> > communicating with the daemon, then the message is returned as
> > non-spam. spamd logs connections in syslog (also 'xconsole' shows the
> > messages).
> > Save the message to a file and run it through
> > spamc -f | egrep "X-Spam|SPAM"
> spamc -f < mail/spam-test | egrep "X-Spam|SPAM" produces
> X-Spam-Status: No, hits=0 required=5 tests=
> /var/log/syslog shows
> Feb 3 15:50:04 prince spamd: connection from localhost [127.0.0.1 ] at port 4344
> Feb 3 15:50:05 prince spamd: processed successfully for mail:8 in 2 seconds
> Just got another one and it shows "X-Spam-Status: No, hits=0
> required=5 tests=" again. It has to be something I haven't done
> right in spamassassin.cf/.prefs. I have not added any tests to the
> end of .prefs
Just found the problem. I am running version 1.5-5. I followed the
directions in /usr/share/doc/spamassassin/README.gz. Thought it
didn't seem right but /etc/spamassassin.cf was just like
/home/.spamassassin.cf. Then I, finally, took a look at
/usr/share/spamassassin/spamassassin.cf. Gee, wonder why that file
has all those tests in it and the one in /etc doesn't....
Copied /usr/share/spamassassin/spamassassin.cf to /etc and 'now' it
it works as advertised! Doh. My bad, read the docs, read the
readme's but didn't see the default .cf file. Wonder why the default
wasn't loaded into /etc on installation?
I have a dream: 1073741824 bytes free.