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RE: Problem with SA/spamass-milter/MySQL/bayes.

From: Cassandra L Brockett
Subject: RE: Problem with SA/spamass-milter/MySQL/bayes.
Date: Mon, 9 May 2005 11:42:00 -0700

Oops.  Good point, I keep forgetting that if you don't use -u then
usernames are never passed through.  I've been using the option for so
long I can't imagine not using it :-)


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dan Nelson [mailto:address@hidden 
> Sent: Monday, May 09, 2005 11:37 AM
> To: Cassandra L Brockett
> Cc: Steven W. Orr; address@hidden
> Subject: Re: Problem with SA/spamass-milter/MySQL/bayes.
> In the last episode (May 09), Cassandra L Brockett said:
> > Just noticing this, and thought I would ask...
> > 
> > The -u option to spamass-milter only comes into play if the username
> > of the email message is unknown (very rare, usually a mail server
> > bug), or if there is multiple recipients...
> That should be: "the argument to the -u option only comes 
> into play ...".
> Without -u, spamass-milter doesn't even look for usernames.
> > If all the above is right (that is the mail is being sent to
> > steveo@<whereever>, and that is not an alias to root, or a
> > redirection to root anywhere), then it sounds like you do 
> have a real
> > bug...
> Steven, try adding "-d rcpt" to the spamass-milter commandline, and
> check syslog to see if it's extracting the username correctly.
> -- 
>       Dan Nelson
>       address@hidden

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