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On Mon, 2003-04-07 at 14:38, D. D. Brierton wrote: > On Mon, 2003-04-07 at 13:46, Mike Chambers wrote: > > Is anyone using this? Is there more to installing and just starting the > > daemon to work? As in, a config file to modify it or anything? Or does > > it just start working and checks the emails that come into the server > > (no matter how you retreive them, via pop, imap, etc)? > > > > Yes, I have read the man page for it, but it's not too detailed that I > > can see. > > > If anyone out there has some simple recipes for just getting started > with either of the scenarios I mentioned (postfix/spamassassin or > evolution/spamassassin both with Bayesian spam identification) I'd > really be interested in hearing about them. > > Best, Darren > To enable spamassassin, if you are receiving mail locally, simply add this line to your ~/.procmailrc: INCLUDERC=/etc/mail/spamassassin/spamassassin-default.rc To filter spam for all users, add that line to /etc/procmailrc (creating if necessary). This information taken from the output of rpm -qi spamassassin I've been using this successfully for a few weeks now.
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