On Tuesday 13 January 2004 1:40 pm, Anthony Baratta wrote: > At 11:06 AM 1/13/2004, Ken Jones wrote: > >The idea would be to have a file checked by vdelivermail. > >If spam assassin is enabled, vdelivermail calls spamc > >before dropping the email into the users Maildir. > >Then the setup would be backwardly compatible with > >current sites. And they could enable/disable spam assassin > >by just updating the configuration file. > > What I'd like to see with this is the ability to have either domain wide > spam assassin settings or user specific spam assassin settings for the > domain. I'm planning to host multiple virtual domains with Spam Assassin > (mySQL Backend for configs) as an option, and having spamc called with the > user name equal to the domain name would be great. I know some people would > like a lower level approach so having vdelivermail have the option of > passing no user name, the domain name as the user name, and the full email > address as the user name would be helpful.
Do you mean: 1) site wide configuration: call spamc with no -u option 2) domain: call spamc with -u domainname 3) user: spamc -u [EMAIL PROTECTED] I've got it running now with 1) and 3) but not sure if it can do 2). Ken