Old 4th January 2006, 11:38
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Default Spamassassin configuration

I have an ISPConfig (2.1.1) perfect setup on debian 3.1 with several domain name and users on it. The users of theses domains send mails between them and mails are not treated as local mail : spamassassin does not make the difference between the local and what comes from the exterieur. Is it possible to configure spamassassin (or ispconfig) so that the local mails are not treated by antispam ?

thanks for your help !
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Old 4th January 2006, 11:58
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Procmail invokes spamassassin for all incoming emails. I dont think that you can differentiate there without writing a new procmail recipe that does a lookup in the local-host-names file.
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