Re: Dspam (was: Re: [Exim] exiscan-acl-4.24-22 - SPF support…

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Author: Scott Call
To: 'Exim' Users
Subject: Re: Dspam (was: Re: [Exim] exiscan-acl-4.24-22 - SPF support)
On Wed, 26 May 2004, Tor Slettnes wrote:

> Being completely ignorant about DSPAM, does this also mean that its
> exit status means nothing?   In which case you cannot use:
>     condition = ${run {/path/to/dspam ...}{true}{false}}"

> Asked a different way, what is the mechanism for invoking DSPAM and
> finding out whether a particular message is spam or not?

The thing about dspam is it's a training based system only so it needs to
modify the body of every message passing through to add a signature, so in
case that message is indeed spam, you can report it back to the dspam

the default behavior for dspam is to call the MTA again and do the


> -tor
> !DSPAM:40b4c433247451260181254!

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