[Mailman-Users] How to test SpamAssassin with mailman?
jnguyen at ncmir.ucsd.edu
Fri May 26 21:43:15 CEST 2006
Hmm, I've been having problems for days not being able to send out mail
with the spam header using postfix. I don't know if I want to go with
amavisd at this point if I can't get a basic spamassassin integrated
with mailman working.
After integrating mailman with spamassassin I can't even send out or
email notification from my mailing list.
Below is my "mm.cf file", not sure if I've added the variables for
# Put YOUR site-specific settings below this line.
MTA = 'Postfix'
SMTPHOST = 'birn-holly.ucsd.edu'
SMTPPORT = 25
POSTFIX_ALIAS_CMD = '/usr/sbin/postalias'
POSTFIX_MAP_CMD = '/usr/sbin/postmap'
# Adding the SpamAssassin Filter to Mailman
SPAMASSASSIN_HOST = 'birn-holly.ucsd.edu'
SPAMASSASSIN_DISCARD_SCORE = 5
SPAMASSASSIN_HOLD_SCORE = 5
#SPAMASSASSIN_MEMBER_BONUS = 2
My local.cf file used for spamassassin:
# Encapsulate spam in an attachment (0=no, 1=yes, 2=safe)
# Enable the Bayes system
# Enable Bayes auto-learning
# Enable or disable network checks
Brad Knowles wrote:
> At 1:27 PM -0700 2006-05-23, Jana Nguyen wrote:
>> I've integrated SpamAssassin with Mailman following the instructions at
> You may also want to look at integrating SpamAssassin into your
> MTA, so that this stuff gets handled before it even hits Mailman. See
>> How do I test SpamAssassin with mail so that I know that mail is being
>> filter? Below is the spamassassin config I've added
>> to mm_cfg.py:
> If you followed the instructions at the URL that was given, then
> those instructions should have included information on how to do
> testing to see if it is working.
> If not, you should contact the maintainer of those instructions.
> We can provide a link to them from our FAQ Wizard, but that's about
> the extent of the support we can provide.
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