[Mailman-Developers] New SpamAssassin handler on sf.
jeffw at chebucto.ns.ca
Mon Nov 17 12:09:30 EST 2003
I am definitly prepared to burn the field, plow salt into it, and claim
that my creation never existed if this SA module, which from its
description sounds like it does what I want, becomes a standard module..
But there definitly should be one of them included as standard.
On Sun, 2003-11-16 at 12:02, PieterB wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 11, 2003 at 10:07:52PM -0400, Jeff Warnica wrote:
> > ID 840426
> > This is different from the 'other' SA handler as it deals with pre-taged
> > messages. IMHO this is far more likely to be the case in an ISP
> > enviroment.
> > ...
> I noticed there are currently 3 patches concerning SpamAssassin
> integration with Mailman:
> 534577 Add SpamAssassin filter to mail pipeline jhenstridge 2002-03-25 Open
> 640518 SpamAssassin handler jparise 2002-11-18 Open
> 840426 SpamAssassin handler for pre-tagged mail jeffwarnica 2003-11-11 Open
> I constructed a similar handler for SpamAssassin which can be used
> both for systems that pre-tag the messages and for systems that
> want to use python's to tag the message using spamd/spamc.
> It's behavioure can be controlled by the mm_cfg parameter
> SPAMASSASSIN_USE_HEADERS. It parsers both the score and the symbols
> (tests) from the SpamAssassin-header.
> It's based on http://www.daa.com.au/~james/articles/mailman-spamassassin/
> and should be able to handle both kinds of mailman/spamassassin
> My version of the patch can be found at
> It would be great if a SpamAssassin.py will be integrated in Mailman
> 2.1.4! Can anybody commit this SpamAssassin.py and James his spamd.py
> to the Mailman CVS?
> Feedback is welcome,
> (pieterb at sf.net)
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