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Re: Log messages from sendmail (slightly strange)

From: Dan Nelson
Subject: Re: Log messages from sendmail (slightly strange)
Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2003 14:30:37 -0500
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In the last episode (Jul 31), Cassandra Lynette Brockett said:
> > Adding "always_add_headers 0" to your spamassassin config will tell
> > it not to add X-Spam-Status, X-Spam-Checker-Version, or
> > X-Spam-Level to non-spam.  All the headers will still be added to
> > spam, though.
> Umm... but the server needs to add headers when it runs the second
> time through, so even though I had thought of that option, it would
> be difficult to do that for only one of the two runs that happens on
> each message.

You could run two instances of spamd, each pointing to different config
files, I guess.  Actually that might be useful, to log spamassassin
debug output to two separate logs.
> > I guess I could also add a '-M' flag to spamass-milter that says
> > "never modify the message at all", which would have to be used in
> > conjunction with the -r, -b or -B options to be of any use.  Is
> > that what you're looking for?
> That actually sounds great.  At the moment I am having the problem of
> trying to prove to people that I can just run spamassassin from the
> milter and not from /etc/procmail and receive the same results...
> when I can prove that is possible, then I will be pulling the run
> from /etc/procmail (CPU load is not a concern for us here on this
> server).

Ok, I've added -M to CVS.  With this flag, no headers will be added or
changed (except for X-Spam-Orig-To: if -b is used).
        Dan Nelson

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