I don't have a copy, and don't have time to test right now, but is the rejection based on the score, or the Yes/No?
Currently, I'm sending anything over 15 to /dev/null via a maildrop script, but 5 is marked as spam..
On Jul 31, 2004, at 6:40 PM, Ken Jones wrote:
Sure, some other folks suggested the same option. Perhaps a configuration option to decide to reject or just process
On Saturday 31 July 2004 03:03 pm, Bastiaan van der Put wrote:Ken,
Is it possible to scan for spam and use "tagging" only, not rejecting the
At 19:43 7/29/2004, you wrote:Here you go
The installation instructions are in the INSTALL file
On Thursday 29 July 2004 12:18 pm, Shane Chrisp wrote:Please send me a copy Ken.
-----Original Message----- From: Ken Jones [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, 28 July 2004 1:57 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [vchkpw] simscan test release: simplified scanner for clamav/spamassassin
Anyone interested in trying simscan before I release it?
It is a simplified replacement for qscanq.
We have been running it on our server for over a week and it is solid.
Like qscanq it can call clamdscan to check for viri.
It is invoked via the QMAILQUEUE patch.
Differences: - uses configure ; make ; make install-strip - automatically deletes working directories when done - uses one program instead of qscanq's two programs per email - optionally calls spamassassin to reject spam during smtp - optionally blocks list of attachments - does not require svscan - simplified C code (one simscan.c file)
If you are interested, please email me directly and I'll send you a tar ball.
-- Ken Jones inter7.com