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Old 9th April 2009, 16:59
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Anyone knows where the config file is to enable bayesian and auto-learning when using ISPconfig3? the usually spamassassin file is total commented out so can't be that ...
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Bayes and autolearning is done by amavis. amavisd strts its own internal instance of spamassassin, so spamd is not used. For details take a look at the amavisd-new documentation, ispconfig uses a default setup of amavisd.
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