Updating spamassassin


Auf den Webseiten zu unserem Postfixbuch veröffentlichen wir seit jeher tagesaktuelle Header-/Bodychecks für aktuell kursierende Spam-Mails.

Viele Leser und Kunden von uns haben diese Checks in ihre jeweilige Postfix-Konfiguration eingebunden und aktualisieren die Scripte per Cron-Job.

error: can't remove file /var/lib/spamassassin/3.003002/updates_spamassassin_org/languages: Permiso denegado channel: attempt to rm channel directory failed, attempting to continue anyway at /usr/bin/sa-update line 828.

error: failed to open /var/lib/spamassassin/3.003002/updates_spamassassin_org/10_default_for write: Permiso denegado at /usr/bin/sa-update line 1118.

Thus, it will not work with web-based email (such as Hotmail), IMAP, Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes, etc.

In order to use this filter, you need to know the name of your POP3 (incoming) mail server. Just download sa-learn add-on and read enclosed instructions.

[email protected]:/etc/cron.daily# bash -x /etc/cron.daily/spamassassin 2&1 | tee /tmp/CRON=0 test -f /etc/default/spamassassin .

/etc/default/spamassassin ENABLED=1 OPTIONS='--max-children 5 --username debian-spamd' PIDFILE=/var/run/CRON=1 test -x /usr/bin/sa-update test -x /etc/init.d/spamassassin '[' 1 = 0 ']' RANGE=3600 od -v An -N2 -tu4 number=' 63667' expr 63667 % 3600 number=2467 sleep 2467 umask 022 su debian-spamd -c 'sa-update --gpghomedir /var/lib/spamassassin/sa-update-keys' channel: attempt to rm channel cf file failed, attempting to continue anyway at /usr/bin/sa-update line 825.

supports SSL and works with any email client (Outlook, Eudora, etc.), but only with POP3 mail accounts.To update Spam Assassin filter rules, download sa-update add-on and read enclosed instructions. ==== Required information ====- i Red Mail version (check /etc/iredmail-release): 0.9.5-1- Linux/BSD distribution name and version: Centos 6- Store mail accounts in which backend (LDAP/My SQL/PGSQL): Mys QL- Web server (Apache or Nginx): Apache- Manage mail accounts with i Red Admin-Pro?Currently the servers are getting their rule updates from the default Spam Assassin update channel (updates.spamassassin.org).Overall the setup seems to be reasonably effective but some types of spam seem to wander right through it even though I've made repeated attempts at training spamassassin.Aber „oft“ und „kaum“ ist eben nicht „nie“ und so kam es immer wieder mal dazu, daß diese Checks auch zu einem False Positive führen konnten.

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