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Please check if the messages that come through have a header line:

X-Spam-Status: Yes

If not, you might have to change your spamassassin configuration file so that spamassassin sets the headers correctly when a message is spam.
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Old 12th September 2007, 17:15
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that was a good hint...
seems like the mail passing through have 4-5 points, and the required is 5 !
Strange though, because the mail looked like the most spam a spammail can look like....
well...
I will try to set it to 4... or do you have another idea....actually before changing to spamd 5 seemed a good choice...maybe i would to train spamd a bit ?

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You should consider to install razor, pyzor and DCC on your server. Spamd will use them automatically after a restart.
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that sounds good
any configuration necessary after install ?
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Old 12th September 2007, 17:44
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razor was easy....
smart install razor and everything was good :-)

pyzor & dcc are a bit more of a challenge ;-)

i will probably get pyzor to run...but can you even tell me where to FIND dcc ?

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Old 12th September 2007, 17:53
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DCC:

http://www.rhyolite.com/anti-spam/dcc/

Debian has a dcc pacakge and I gues some other distributions will have pacakges too. If not, you might have to get the software from the dcc site.
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all three are installed now...
i restarted spamd and hoped it would better things a bit out...
but it really doesnt seem to....
perfect spam mails get a 3.5 or a 4....that wasnt the case before switching to spamd.
Do i have to configure spamd, razor, pyzor or dcc ?
Do i have to run razor, pyzor or dcc somehow (or are they just started by spamd, wich of course is running)

I am a bit stuck....i didn't expect it to be this hard :-(
switch to clamd was so easy...

Well...i will stop whining and hope Till or someone else again will point me to the right direction.

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hm...
The problem still persists.

spamc -L spam /folder/to/a/lot/of/spam/*

doesnt seem to do anything.

sa-learn --spam /folder/to/a/lot/of/spam/*

is running now, and obviously doing something.

But will that also result in spamd learning, or does that command only work for the perl-spamassassin script ?

Or am i totally thinking in the wrong direction ?


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all three are installed now...
i restarted spamd and hoped it would better things a bit out...
but it really doesnt seem to....
perfect spam mails get a 3.5 or a 4....that wasnt the case before switching to spamd.
Do i have to configure spamd, razor, pyzor or dcc ?
Do i have to run razor, pyzor or dcc somehow (or are they just started by spamd, wich of course is running)

I am a bit stuck....i didn't expect it to be this hard :-(
switch to clamd was so easy...

Well...i will stop whining and hope Till or someone else again will point me to the right direction.

Sascha
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Old 13th September 2007, 18:40
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I have this pretty often in my mail.err:

spamd[4739]: Day '50' out of range 1..28 at /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.8.8/Mail/SpamAssassin/Util.pm line 445

sometimes i can see this also:

spamc[21381]: connect(AF_INET) to spamd at 127.0.0.1 failed, retrying (#1 of 3): Connection refused

But i guess the second one is not too much of importance.

what do think...does sa-learn have an impact on spamd or does it only work with spamassassin...?
I now have an sa-learn script which i run through cron every 20 minutes....
the hope is that it HAS an impact on spamd....

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