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Re: spamassassin - three basic questions

At 2003-02-21T13:29:45Z, Sandip P Deshmukh <deshmukh@escortsmumbai.com> writes:

Assuming that SpamAssassin is configured to read per-user settings from
~/.spamassassin/user_prefs, edit that file to add:

> 1. how to i tell spamassassin *not to* process some messages? for
> instance, debain mailing list, i understand, is already processed for
> spam. no use spamming it again

whitelist_from *@lists.debian.org

> 2.	how do i tell spamassassin *not to* convert all attachments into
> inline material? retain the structure, just add the tag in subject line?

defang_mime 0

> 3. how do i tell spamassassin, here, if the message is from a certain
> sender, it is not spam - irrespctive of what you think and if a message is
> from some other sender, it is spam - irrespctive of what you think?

whitelist_from ....
blacklist_from ....

Read `man Mail::SpamAssassin::Conf' for more information.
Kirk Strauser
In Googlis non est, ergo non est.

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