spamassassin and cyrus?
gen2 at planetofidiots.com
Mon May 31 14:50:54 EDT 2004
Robby, thanks for the response. I'm under the understanding that it's possible
to do this without using procmail (in order to avoid cpu cost of procmail).
Doesn't sieve "replace" the function of procmail in this context?
On Monday 31 May 2004 11:41 am, you wrote:
> 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 ?
> > Thanks!
> Spamassassin typically gets setup through procmailrc, which is what
> postfix typically calls before putting in the users mailbox spool.
> edit /etc/procmailrc
> add the following:
> # send mail through SpamAssassin
> :0 fw
> * < 256000
> | /usr/bin/spamc -f
Cyrus Home Page: http://asg.web.cmu.edu/cyrus
Cyrus Wiki/FAQ: http://cyruswiki.andrew.cmu.edu
List Archives/Info: http://asg.web.cmu.edu/cyrus/mailing-list.html
More information about the Info-cyrus