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Re: Using -b conflicts with -r

From: Dan Nelson
Subject: Re: Using -b conflicts with -r
Date: Tue, 8 May 2007 00:18:20 -0500
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.15 (2007-04-06)

In the last episode (May 07), Todd Franklin said:
>  I think this is what is happening at least.
>  I have -r set 15
>  and I setup -b to go to address@hidden  so I can review the spams and
>  catch the good ones.
>  But when I sometimes do
>  tail -f /var/log/maillog
>  I will see as many as 5 or 10 of the same message go by very
>  quickly, and the review mailbox will have 10 copies of the message
>  saying it can't be delivered because it is spam.  Seems like some
>  sort of circular thing.

You probably need "-i" on your spamass-milter commandline.
When both -r and -b are in use, spamass-milter has to manually generate
the spambucket message (because the milter API doesn't let you both
reject and deliver the same message :) .  This means that you have to
make sure mail generated by localhost isn't re-scanned.
>  Should I just disable the -r flag for now?
>  Sendmail is my MTA.  Spamass-milter version 0.3
>  My also talks about procmail, so I don't know if there is a
>  solution there or not.

        Dan Nelson

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