Re: urgent - system slow after spamassassin
On Mon, Dec 16, 2002 at 07:43:26PM -0600, Shyamal Prasad wrote:
> The Debian list servers run spamassassin for you. You can configure
> things so that spamassassin is run only on messages not from a Debian
> list. That might reduce your load significantly.
> In my .procmailrc I first look for X-Spam-Status first, then I filter
> all the debian list messages off, and only after all that I run
> spamassassin. Which means that less than 1% of may mail actually runs
> via spamassassin locally.
can a similar thing be done without .procmailrc? i do not have procmail
on. have not yet felt the need for procmail. but i do have a very
rudimentary .forward file.
by the way, how is mail actually handled? fetchmail -> exim -> .forward
-> spamassassin or some other way?
i will also reiterate my earlier question here. if i have a .forward
file and keep adding filters there, will it be a close substitute to
> But if it is speed you are looking for.....
i sure am looking for speed. my system was 'crawling'!!
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