On Wed, 21 Sep 2016 10:54:32 +0200
> Am 21.09.2016 um 10:18 schrieb Marcus Schopen:
> > Am Montag, den 19.09.2016, 13:35 +0100 schrieb RW:
> >>>> It's not a spamassassin problem, right. Question is, can I
> >>>> install a SHA1 package without harming perl at other places?
> >>> It should do any harm.
> >> That should have been:
> >> It shouldn't do any harm.
> > Thanks. Build a backport and razor is running fine now.
> > Is anyone using razor/pyzor/DCC and can give some efficiency
> > report? Do they still make sense beside DNSBL and URIBL?
> surely - while DCC ist not a spam sign by it's descriptions
> razor/pyzor *are* and they have nothing in common with DNSBL/URIBL
> they are *content digest*
Actually razor is pretty close to a URIBL, now that only engine 8 is
supported by Cloudmark.
It's based on a combination of URI domain name and text size, so you
only get a hit if a domain has been reported inside a similarly sized