johannes at sipsolutions.net
Wed May 9 17:09:51 EEST 2007
On Tue, 2007-05-08 at 04:06 -0600, Trever L. Adams wrote:
> You mean dspam as --deamon? Yes, that was the recommendation in the
> documentation stating it was highly recommended not to do the other
> method. So, yes, my postfix file calls amavisd (for clamscan) which
> feeds it back into postfix which then calls dspam.
I don't use --daemon right now, it was crashing too much and losing
> > Hmm. How did that mail end up in SPAM when it doesn't have a signature?
> > I only move mail into SPAM that was classified by dspam as SPAM so hence
> > also has a signature.
> As I see it, dspam creates its .sig files. I do not believe these are
> kept around long term. Therefore, it is possible that the signature file
> disappears before one could move something out of SPAM (or into it, but
> I don't care about that). Am I misunderstanding something?
Well, you control how long the .sig files are kept around. I keep them a
week longer than my spam folder contents.
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