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RE: About spamassassin



Wow
Which version of spamassassin do you have there?
Author emailed me SA 2.31 was reported to have problems with spampd when
network tests are enabled.
(I run 2.20 here)

Vincent

> -----Original Message-----
> From: martin f krafft [mailto:madduck@debian.org]
> Sent: Thursday 12 September 2002 14:29
> To: 'debian-user@lists.debian.org'
> Subject: Re: About spamassassin
> 
> 
> also sprach DEFFONTAINES Vincent 
> <Vincent.DEFFONTAINES@coe.int> [2002.09.12.1418 +0200]:
> > I have a quite similar message here when starting it with 
> --debug, but its
> > starts fine...
> > (last line I get is "debug: is spam? score=-3.8 required=5")
> > The only real difference in my setup here is that I pass it 
> "--user" and
> > "--group" arguments...
> > 
> > It might be a perl version problem... I run spamassassin on 
> a woody box
> > here.
> 
> i have sarge. and i also usually use --user and --group. and even
> without --debug, the daemon just exits after a short while (5 secs),
> leaving no port bound and no logs...
> 
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