Pretty cool, thanks for reporting that!
At this point, spamdyke doesn't support hooking in external scripts during
processing. I very much want to make that happen however, since it would make
it possible to invoke SpamAssassin or ClamAV within the delivery process.
That's probably a couple of versions away unfortunately.
-- Sam Clippinger
On Aug 22, 2015, at 5:40 AM, Philip Rhoades via spamdyke-users
> Here are some stats after a couple of months of happy Spamdyke usage -
> thanks! If I had remembered to set the logrotate number higher I would have
> had more data but I think the last 31 days is sufficient to illustrate some
> Total spamdyke lines in maillog files for the last 31 days: 54838
> Total spamdyke ALLOWED lines in maillog files for the last 31 days: 12278
> Total spam / phishing messages that were delivered: 165 100%
> Valid To email address: 105 64%
> No To email address: 19 12%
> Undisclosed Recipients: 15 9%
> Mailer Daemon bounces: 13 8%
> Invalid To email address: 12 7%
> Valid To email address but NO Subject and NO From: 1 1%
> I could stop the 64% "Valid To email address" spams if I had a
> "NotInFromWhiteList" facility - at the expense of annoying people sometimes
> with failed messages and them receiving a "If you are a real mailer . ." note
> - like my previous Qmail + GreyLite + Ruby script (that was called via
> qmail-qfilter) setup.
> Except for "Mailer Daemon bounces" ands "Valid To email address but NO
> SUBJECT and NO FROM", I don't even know how the other mails actually get
> delivered at all . .
> I notice the processing that spamdyke does is slower for me to send mail
> compared to my previous setup - but I guess it is doing more work too . .
> Is there any way for me to call a modified version of my old Ruby script from
> spamdyke as the last bit of processing before allowing an email through?
> Thanks again!
> Philip Rhoades
> PO Box 896
> Cowra NSW 2794
> E-mail: p...@pricom.com.au
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