> -----Original Message----- > From: Paul Oehler [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > Sent: Wednesday, March 02, 2005 12:36 AM > To: email@example.com > Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Spamassin configuration > > > I don't think vdelivermail or vpopmail in general should be calling > > spamc/spamassassin. Let that be handled elsewhere. Let's stick to > > delivering mail and deciding where it goes. > > However, lets remember that if spam is only scanned at the MTA level, > SpamAssassin user preferences will not function if the e-mail is > addressed to more than one sender. Scanning in vdelivermail, at the MDA > level, does not have this restriction. For that reason I still think > there is value in scanning in vdelivermail. > > Paul > > Obviously this is a current limitation in simscan, however I think the correct behavior would be to scan once for scoring, then gather white and black lists, modify scoring accordingly, then delete anybody who has exceeded their threshold from the recipients list, if that list is now null then reject the message, otherwise queue it with the trimmed recipient list. This could be streamlined also by first looking for any differences in prefs, and if none are found then simply doing one pass and applying it globally. Or am I not aware of something in simscan that makes the above not feasible?
Nick Harring Parus Interactive