Hiya >> Here is my .qmail, which runs SpamAssassin on the incoming e-mail for >> this account: >> >> |/usr/local/bin/spamassassin | /usr/local/bin/maildir /home/jon/Maildir/ >> #./Maildir/ > > well, Jon, if you look above the "#" in a dot qmail file means to drop the > email and not deliver.
I don't quite understand what you're saying. The second line is commented out; the first line tells qmail to pipe the e-mail through spamassassin, then write the result to my Maildir (using maildir). > also, you are running S/A as a very expensive daemon above, calling the > main S/A for each mail received... My server is a 1GHz Athlon that spends a lot of its time twiddling its thumbs... > If you must do it this way, please see > > http://www.magma.com.ni/~jorge/spamassassin.html That's the page I got my .qmail config from. The only difference is that I don't use the '-P' flag since it's now the default for SA. Just to emphasise: my Qmail/Spamassassin setup has worked fine for years; it's only relatively recently that a very small number of e-mails have been getting corrupted. > I think a better way is to use the S/A client in a .qmail file, and have > the S/A daemon running... A very nice way to do this is at. > > http://www.gbnet.net/~jrg/qmail/ifspamh/ Thanks, I'll take a look. Cheers, -- Jon _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"