spamassassin and cyrus?
rrussell at commandprompt.com
Mon May 31 14:41:53 EDT 2004
gen2 typed this on 05/31/2004 10:19 AM:
> Hi all,
> I'm confused. Assembling email server (first time with fetchmail/cyrus/postfix
> combination), and I can't figure out where Spamassassin fits (yes, I've
> googled extensively and read all relevant mans >3x).
> Right now, Fetchmail is retrieving external POP mail and delivering it to
> cyrus via LMTP (at least I THINK it is. It could be going to Postfix first --
> using LMTP transport between Fetchmail, postfix, and cyrus, so I'm not sure
> who gets what 1st/last).
> SA is tagging outgoing mail, so it seems to work, but incoming mail (via
> Fetchmail) isn't getting examined, apparently.
> Can anyone point me in the right direction? How does SA examine mail before it
> hits cyrus/sieve, NOT using SMTP ?
Spamassassin typically gets setup through procmailrc, which is what
postfix typically calls before putting in the users mailbox spool.
add the following:
# send mail through SpamAssassin
* < 256000
| /usr/bin/spamc -f
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