enabling spam filter

Dave Neary dneary at redhat.com
Mon Mar 31 12:44:37 UTC 2014


I'm a fan of the SA integration (there was a bug I needed to fix to get
it working mind - check logs to see if you have the same, one of the SA
functions changed prototype in the last ~6 years) - I've found that a
lot of spam requests get through it with the default ratings (5->hold,
10->drop) - afetr a period of gaining confidence, I switched these to
3->hold, 5->drop with a list member bonus of -5 (that might be a bit
aggressive for other lists).


On 03/31/2014 02:19 PM, Matthew Miller wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 30, 2014 at 09:48:24PM -0600, Nathanael d. Noblet wrote:
>> So just a plug for dspam. Its a learning spam filter and once trained
>> does *wonders* for us on many systems. With the archives it should be
>> easy to quickly train it and the packages are in Fedora/EPEL. :)
> Fedora Infrastructure hooked up spamassassin, so that's what we're using
> now. We'll see how it goes. :)

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