Re: Spamassain question, whitelist?
On Mon, Dec 08, 2003 at 04:51:49PM -0800, Karsten M. Self wrote:
> on Mon, Dec 08, 2003 at 10:47:39AM -0500, stan (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> > On Mon, Dec 08, 2003 at 07:19:18AM -0800, Karsten M. Self wrote:
> > > on Mon, Dec 08, 2003 at 10:12:05AM -0500, stan (email@example.com) wrote:
> > > > I'm setting up Spamassain, and I can't seem to find out how to create a
> > > > whitelist for it.
> > >
> > > If you enable auto-whitelisting, you don't have to do anything.
> > >
> > > Otherwise, man spamassassin will give you what you're looking for.
> > >
> > Thanks, so I should just add the -a flag to where procmail invokes it, like
> > this:
> > :0fw: spamassassin.lock
> > * < 256000
> > | spamassassin -a
> > Correct?
> Technically. But slow.
> I'd recommend running spamc, using spamassassin in client/server mode.
> This cuts the rougly one-second overhead per message of spamassasin's
> In /etc/defaults/spamassassin:
> OPTIONS="--local --max-children 10 --create-prefs --auto-whitelist"
> ...is what I've selected. You're advised to read docs to understand
> what this does.
OK, I'm convinced this is a godd idea, and I;ve looked at the
/etc/defaults/spamassain file, and I think I now what options I want there.
That leaves me with 2 questiosn.
1. What do I need to have im my .procmailrc file to use spamc, instead of
callng spamassain directly?
2. Once I chane /etc/defaults/spamassain, short of rebooting the machine,
how can I get spamc to sstart as a daaemon?
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