Updating spamassassin rules

14-Aug-2016 07:49

-eq 0 ] ; then # New rules are downloaded and installed, kill old SA and restart SA with new rules kill -s KILL `ps waux | grep "/usr/bin/spamd" | awk ''` /usr/bin/spamd -d -c -m 5 exit 0 else # Nothing new apparently, so do nothing for now. I am talking about the non-individual, general sa-rule-updates (see: https://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/Rule Updates or Assassin-3.4.0/sa-update.raw). We'll # use the Dovecot antispam plugin to detect the message move operation and execute # a shell script that invokes learning.There are many other features which are described elsewhere in the manual.There is even more information available in the Mutt FAQ and various web pages. The keybindings described in this section are the defaults as distributed.Although i don't know anything about the workload to implement such an update possibility.is a small but very powerful text-based MIME mail client.I have tried these, but it seems not to work I am using Free BSD and Debian.

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(i get mail that have both from and to contain adresses that are a virtual adres for a mailinglist) for eg. I update the spamassassin successfully, but the rules is put into /var/lib/spamassassin/3.002004/updates_spamassassin_org Can I just copy those rules to /usr/share/spamassassin which I think it is Spamassassin's default rules path. Spam is rapidly changing, and new rules are often written in response.

Does anybody use sa-update to update Spamassassin rules on Direct Admin? These modules need to be installed before it will work.

-------------------- Spam Assassin has a command line feature called sa-update. By default, the Direct Admin install does not include LWP:: User Agent and Archive:: Tar.

it just learns as you move stuff into spam: (See in MIAB:) # To mark mail as spam or ham, just drag it in or out of the Spam folder.

@murgero @Josh Data It seems so in Mia B itself that there is no rule update implemented.

(i get mail that have both from and to contain adresses that are a virtual adres for a mailinglist) for eg. I update the spamassassin successfully, but the rules is put into /var/lib/spamassassin/3.002004/updates_spamassassin_org Can I just copy those rules to /usr/share/spamassassin which I think it is Spamassassin's default rules path. Spam is rapidly changing, and new rules are often written in response.

Does anybody use sa-update to update Spamassassin rules on Direct Admin? These modules need to be installed before it will work.

-------------------- Spam Assassin has a command line feature called sa-update. By default, the Direct Admin install does not include LWP:: User Agent and Archive:: Tar.

it just learns as you move stuff into spam: (See in MIAB:) # To mark mail as spam or ham, just drag it in or out of the Spam folder.

@murgero @Josh Data It seems so in Mia B itself that there is no rule update implemented.

Mutt is highly configurable, and is well suited to the mail power user with advanced features like key bindings, keyboard macros, mail threading, regular expression searches and a powerful pattern matching language for selecting groups of messages.