Christopher Hilton wrote:
> Peter Pluta wrote:
>> Mikhail Goriachev-2 wrote:
>>> Peter Pluta wrote:
>>>> How can I enable spamassasssin RBL's. I'm running FreeBSD 6.1, postfix,
>>>> amavisd-new, and spamassassin with razor. I'm getting many spams that
>>>> shouldn't be getting thru with RBL's. I havent been able to find
>>>> anything
>>>> useful on Google that can explain how to get RBL working with
>>>> spamassassin.
>>>> Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. 
> [snip]
>>> /usr/local/share/spamassassin/
> You will also want to look at:
>       /usr/local/share/spamassassin/
> There are two ways to use the rbls. You can either raise the score for 
> being in the RBL above SA's threshold. Or you can out and out block 
> servers in the RBL from your MTA. You probably want to be carefull with 
> the latter technique since is transfers onus of the work of delivering 
> the mail into the wrong hands.
> I just spent 3 hours diagnosing a problem for a client on Friday. It 
> turns out that people weren't able to deliver email to him and for the 
> past 6 months he's believed that there was some intermittent problem 
> with his ISP's mailserver. The actual problem is that his ISP is using 
> an overzealous RBL. I found out about this because my delivery server 
> was listed in his RBL due to some mistake that happened in 1999 before 
> my ISP got the IP address. The practical upshot for my client was that 
> until he could find someone who could both see and diagnose the problem 
> he just wasn't receiving mail and thus he was loosing business. Nota 
> Bene for all users of RBLs.
> -- 
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>      _`\<,_           -Rosa Parks
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I see, I disabled bayes and awl in spamassassin, and updated amavisd-new
from ports. I have a different problem. Mail I am sending out is being
thrown away because it's being flagged as spam. I'm stumped, it never did
this before. 

Log entry:
Jun 10 14:23:59 mail amavis[541]: (00541-04) cached
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Jun 10 14:24:00 mail amavis[541]: (00541-04) Blocked SPAM, []
Message-ID: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, mail_id:
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Jun 10 14:24:00 mail postfix/smtp[785]: 7A5215083F:
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delays=0.18/0.01/0/0.64, dsn=2.7.0, status=sent (250 2.7.0        Ok,
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