Sorry about that.

My spamd is running as xadmin

xadmin   17057     1  0 Jan27 ?        00:00:22 /usr/bin/perl -T -w
/usr/bin/spamd -d -a -u xadmin

Do I need to run sa-learn as xadmin....

If so, I could kick myself, I have been training it while logged in as



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Matt Kettler [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: 27 January 2004 05:55
> To: Thomas Kinghorn; Spamassassin-Talk (E-mail)
> Subject: Re: [SAtalk] bayes question: HAM
> At 02:10 PM 1/27/04 +0200, Thomas Kinghorn wrote:
> >While using spamd -D, I can see the messages being learned as ham.
> >However, while doing a spamassasin -D --lint, it shows only 1 ham.
> >
> >sa-learn --dump magic shows
> >
> >[EMAIL PROTECTED] exim]# sa-learn --dump magic
> <snip>
> >I have attached the --lint debug.
> >
> >Any ideas as to why SA is not showing ham.
> you're running sa-learn as root.. but that's NOT who spamd is 
> going to be 
> learning as.
> spamd will assume the userid that calls spamc. If that userID 
> is root, 
> spamd will force itself to become nobody for security. It is 
> extreemely 
> unwise to leave spamd running as.
> Consider setting up a user account and home directory to have 
> spamd use as 
> its default user, and specify it with -u.

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