timelog_path /var/log/spamassassin, create the directory with appropriate rights (should be vpopmail). In the directory, you will have for each email a file which sum up the spamassassin process (it is a debug option !).
/etc/default/spamassassin(if this file does not exist, create it)
"-m 10 -v --auto-whitelist".
-c -u vpopmail" which enabled the creation of preferences for a domain or a user but it does not work very well for me.
|From :kevin binsfield (kbinsfie_at_rocketmail.com) posted on 04/12/2003 15:40|
Under install qmail-scanner-
./configure for english directions says to configure langauge in French. Since you have in red test to change domain name, add to change language preference.
|From :Sean Treadway (seant.at.oncotype.dk) posted on 12/12/2003 12:04|
The way we setup spamassassin to be active for a single vpopmail domain is to add spamc to the pipeline in the .qmail-default file located in the vpopmail domain directory.
| /usr/local/bin/spamc -t 45 | /usr/local/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail '' bounce-no-mailbox
This will check spam for all incoming mails without modification of the base qmail system. We trust all outgoing mails so we don't need to check them when they are queued.