SOLVED: individual User spamassassin settings during lmtp delivery

Romeo Benzoni romeo at
Tue Jan 20 14:40:28 EST 2004


thanks everybody for all your answers. while writing the reply to
Kendrick's post I saw daylight!! all I needed was to prevent that
sendmail issues multiple recipients for an lmtp delivery to cyrus.
after having a quick look at my sendmail bible from Bryan Costales I
found the 'r=1' in the mailer definition would exactly do what I want.
I will do further test the performance impact off this setup.

so my setup know looks as follows.

   SMTP              LMTP             LMTP

Kendrick: could you send me your SQL patch for spampd off list. because
thats exactly what I need next. thanks in advance.


Romeo Benzoni 

On Tue, 2004-01-20 at 17:39, Romeo Benzoni wrote:
> Hi Kendrick
> Kendrick Vargas said:
> > Just wanted to chime in on this thread and note that this also answers
> > Nick Fisher's question of why I do my setup (multiple instances of
> > postfix) the way I do.
> I don't have any knowledge on postfix. would the following example in your
> setup have called twice spamassassin and so ended up the *single*
> incomming message in two *different* messages beeing delivered to each
> local mailboxes? or in other words in which state is the message split up
> in two messages to have them handled different (sendmail tend to be smart
> and not dividing them apart in any stage and deliver is as one message
> together to cyrus via lmtp).
> example:
> user1 at  like to have buy at on the whitelist
> user2 at  like to have buy at on the blacklist
> now the following email arrive:
> From: buy at
> To:   user1 at, user2 at
> Subject: ...
> ....
> ....

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