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Re: No spamassassin headers being added

From: Yusuf Goolamabbas
Subject: Re: No spamassassin headers being added
Date: Mon, 19 Aug 2002 11:52:58 +0800
User-agent: Mutt/1.4i

Thanks Dan, spamd was running. I had a startup script for it (from the
SA distribution). This is what I see in the log messages. I am running
the spamass-milter binary as root, however I am not sending the test
message to root (actually, the behaviour doesn't change even if I send
test email to 'root')

Aug 19 11:58:14 testcorp sm-mta[15492]: g7J3wEgH015492:
from=<address@hidden>, size=375, class=0, nrcpts=1, msgid=<address@hidden>, 
proto=SMTP, daemon=MTA, [] (may be forged)
Aug 19 11:58:14 testcorp spamd[15495]: info: setuid to root succeeded 
Aug 19 11:58:14 testcorp spamd[15495]: Still running as root: user not
specified , not found, or set to root.  Fall back to nobody. 
Aug 19 11:58:14 testcorp sm-mta[15497]: g7J3wEgH015492:
to=<address@hidden>, delay=00:00:00, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=local, 
pri=30607,dsn=2.0.0, stat=Sent

> > Hi, I downloaded spamass-milter 0.1.2 and installed it alongwith
> > sendmail 8.12.5 on a RH 7.3 box, When I send a test mesg to an acnt
> > I don't see any headers such X-Spam-Status or X-Spam-Level in the
> > message. I don't have any .forward or .procmailrc or ~/.spamassassin
> > directory in the user home dir at that time
> The INPUT_MAIL_FILTER macro in the README will allow mail to get
> delivered if there is a problem with the mailter.  Check your sendmail
> logfile (usually in /var/log/maillog) for error messages.  Note that
> sendmail won't start the milter for you.  You have to start it
> yourself, just like spamd.  There's a startup script for RedHat in the
> contrib directory.

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