Originally Posted by Last_resort_33
not to be beaten I run "spamd -d" in an attempt to kick start it. It is not shown as running as a service still and it is still not putting anything in the headers of any emails.
Thanks for your help so far.... got any more?
not getting any changes in the email makes sense if your email system is not setup to send the email through the spamd process.
if " spamd -d " doesn't give an error message, it should be running as a process. try the command "ps ax | grep spam" after you run "spamd -d" and post the output.