How can I NOT use spamassassin for certain users? And have user based preferences for spam assassin?
And the -c option doesn't seem to be creating .spamassassin dirs inside their homedirs -----Original Message----- From: Ken Jones [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, January 15, 2004 11:38 AM To: Systems Administrator; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [vchkpw] spamassassin patch ready ahead of schedule On Thursday 15 January 2004 11:23 am, Systems Administrator wrote: > User preferences don't seem to be working, and it seems to be doing > spamassassin system wide after installing cvs vpopmail and the > spamassassin.patch > > Heres my config: > > /etc/mail/spamassassin/local.cf - > required_hits 10 > rewrite_subject 1 > subject_tag [SPAM] > report_safe 0 > use_dcc 0 > use_pyzor 0 > use_razor2 1 > skip_rbl_checks 1 > rbl_timeout 3 > use_bayes 1 > bayes_auto_learn 1 > allow_user_rules 1 > > /etc/sysconfig/spamassassin - > SPAMDOPTIONS="-x -d -c -v -u vpopmail -D" > (Your email said to use -uvpopmail but the default from spamassassin from > -u spamd, I changed it back and forth and I don't believe any difference) > > /home/vpopmail/domains/mydomain/.qmail-default - > > | /home/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail '' bounce-no-mailbox > > What I use to call spamassassin per user in .qmail - > > | spamassassin | maildir ./Maildir/ > > In a home dir, I have a .spamassassin/user_prefs > > And in the users_prefs I have a blacklist_from [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > It did not block the email address.. > > > And basically..when I tail /var/log/maillog (notice the -D above) I see > spamc being called for every email.. Users that don't even have a .qmail > file.. Much less calling spamassassin with it. > > > What am I doing wrong?? > It might be the -x option to spamd -x, --nouser-config Disable user config files With this setup, no users will need a .qmail file to call spamassassin. vdelivermail envoked from .qmail-default will call it. For .qmail-user files in the domain's directory, you try calling spamassassin like so: | spamc -f [EMAIL PROTECTED] | whatever Ken