Originally Posted by brt
maia is based on memory resident amavisd-new.
with amavisd-new all, even outgoing mail, gets scanned.
with the current ISPC mail only gets scanned when it is filed to the users mailbox, this safes performance and reduces the possibility for false positives on outgoing mail.
the ISPC configuration already lets you change the most important spam-settings, so i am ok with it
Ok, fine. I just want to be able to help SPamAssassin understand that not everything it thinks is spam actually is, and the other way around. Right now I'm just too reliant on Thunderbird (which does an excellent job btw).
Correct me if I'm wrong, but SpamAssassin does nothing more than add something to the title and still passes the spam on to the user, correct?