[ILUG] Spamassassin questions
jm at jmason.org
Wed Jun 9 03:31:04 IST 2004
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Conor Wynne writes:
> Hi all,
> I have spamassassin configured with sendmail, now its a squirrelmail
> server and I have added some cronjobs to the users (/sbin/nologin)
> Each user has a HAM & SPAM folder off INBOX, and they add mails how they
> Current options in their cronjobs are:
> sa-learn --ham --mbox /home/user1/mail/INBOX/HAM
> sa-learn --spam --mbox /home/user1/mail/INBOX/SPAM
> Q1: What else should I add (if anything) ?
> Now I also have the spamassassin delete all MS-executables which works
> nicely. But I would like to send an acknowledgement to the sender (not
> the list), and the default setup does not do it. So..
> Q2: How can I achieve this? I've tried a couple of things, all failed to
> restart the daemon, so gave up. Any ideas?
Conor -- see "System Anti-Virus Administrator"'s recent mail for the
reason why you shouldn't do this ;)
Basically: there's no reliable way to determine the *real* sending
address, for many of the recent viruses. So it'll create more hassle
(by sending notifications to the wrong people) than it'll solve.
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