[Mailman-Users] Spamassassin and Mailman - like this?

Jon Carnes jonc at nc.rr.com
Thu Oct 17 02:59:17 CEST 2002

I'm wondering if you need to front-end each of those *'s with a \

Alternately, you could modify Spam Assassin to use a different

On Wed, 2002-10-16 at 18:09, Greg Long wrote:
> I *BELEIVE* I have it, but I prefer not to test it by spamming the list
> unless neccessary.
> In the Privacy Options section, Form box "Hold posts with header value
> matching a specified regexp."  I added two lines to the default so that
> it now contains (between the  "-------" lines):
> ----------------------------------------------
> # Lines that *start* with a '#' are comments.
> to: friend at public.com
> message-id: relay.comanche.denmark.eu
> from: list at listme.com
> from: .*@uplinkpro.com
> subject: *****SPAM*****
> from: jenny600 at hotmail.com
> ----------------------------------------------
> The last from: address is one I allow to collect spam.  The previous
> line is the one I am concerned about.  My Spamassassin installation tags
> spam with the subject *****SPAM***** I would like Mailman to hold
> messages containing this for approval by the admin (me).
> Does this sound like I set it up OK?
> Thanks,
> Greg
> Klamath Linux-Unix Group (KLUG)
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