On Friday 17 September 2004 09:02 am, Dave Goodrich wrote:
> Jon LaBass wrote:
> >>Jon LaBass wrote:
> >>
> >><snip>
> >>
> >>>Compile vpopmail with  SPAM_THRESHOLD=10 and any message scored at 10.0
> >
> > or
> >
> >>>above will not be delivered.
> >>>
> >>>Jon
> >>
> >>I just upgraded four servers this morning to 5.4.6, that is not a
> >>configure option that I know of. What vpopmail do you use?
> >>
> >>DAve
> >
> > Well, I use vpopmail on FreeBSD and that's how you define it with the
> > ports. After I wrote that I thought "Doh!  Not everybody is using bsd so
> > that option may not be available."  But, on other systems where you have
> > to manually compile vpopmail, the option --enable-spam-threshold=10
> > should work.
> I use FreeBSD and NetBSD though I don't use ports. The stock vpopmail
> doesn't have this option, at least not the sources I downloaded Monday.
> Looking through the files directory in the port it seems the
> spamassassin code is a patch added by someone else to vdelivermail.c and
> vpopmail.c
> Interested in knowing how well it works for you though.

The devel version has --enable-spamassassin which checks the 
X-Spam-Flag: YES value set in the headers if the hit count is greater
than the required hits. It would not be much more work to add in the 
--enable-spam-threshold option too. I have that code in simscan now.

Ken Jones

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