On Fri, 2004-03-12 at 14:35, X-Istence wrote:
> Ken Jones wrote:
> > On Friday 12 March 2004 6:35 am, Cristiano Deana wrote:
> > 
> >>Il giorno Friday 12 March 2004 12:53, X-Istence mi scriveva:
> >>
> >>>>Now spam threshold is hardcoded with --enable-spam-threshold=15
> >>>>shouldn't be better to put it in vlimits.default?
> >>>
> >>>I think this should be made an option, if it is not set, look for
> >>>vlimits.default, if it is set, then use it hard coded,
> >>
> >>Yes, better.
> >>Very well.
> > 
> > 
> > In the patch I have based on the BSD patch, it uses
> > the required_hits in the system global setting, normally in 
> > /etc/mail/spamassassin/local.cf and can be overriden by
> > a users .spamassassin/users_pref file. So there is no
> > need for an --enable-spam-threshold option. Spamassassin
> > adds a header X-Spam-Flag: YES if the email goes over
> > the required_hit count. 
> > 
> > I'm going to try and add the code to the cvs version over the
> > weekend. 
> > 
> > Ken Jones
> > 
> > 
> > 
> The BSD code had a hard set limit, with the --enable-spam-threshold=15, 
> which means that anything over 15 would get DELETED, and not just 
> tagged, which is what SA does normally.

does normally?  SA is only used for tagging mail.  You can send me a
GTUBE email and it won't get deleted, even with a score of 1000.

> See, i like to have anything over 4 points tagged, then if for some 
> reason, it is really spam, it will reach the 10 points i set with the 
> enable flag, and vldelivermail will delete it instead of writing it to 
> disk. Its one way i have kept my mail box clean of a lot of crud, as 
> really, i dont want it to be saved if it is just spam.

yea, I like that sort of dual threshold setup as well.  Perhaps
spamassassin could be made to have dual thresholds and have like a
X-REALLY-SPAM: header.  I prefer not trying to compare values, but check
for 'flags' personally.


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