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From Matus UHLAR - fantomas <uh...@fantomas.sk>
Subject Re: partial (lazy) scoring? - run a second time?
Date Tue, 22 Sep 2009 15:45:49 GMT
> ArtemGr <artemciy <at> gmail.com> writes:
> > I would like to configure Spamassassin to only do certain tests
> > when the "required_score" is not yet reached.
> > For example, do the usual rule-based and bayesian tests first,
> > and if the score is lower than the "required_score",
> > then do the DCC and RAZOR2 tests.

On 22.09.09 12:08, ArtemGr wrote:
> Another way comes to mind: is to run the SpamAssassin the first time
> with the basic set of detections, and if the score is low,
> run it a second time with only the advanced detections turned on
> (using an alternative configuration by means of the "‐‐configpath=").
> 
> That rises the question, whether the basic detections can be turned off.
> 
> I found the following options:
> skip_rbl_checks 1
> dns_available no
> use_bayes 0
> use_bayes_rules 0
> bayes_auto_learn 0
> - but I do not see an option
> to turn off the static rules shipped with spamassasin.
> 
> Is there such an option?

No, unless you will run spamassassin twice, or spamc once and spamassassin
the other time. Note that running spamassassin would take much more time and
the most CPU time-consuming rules are those that are not disabled in local
mode. 

Why do you want to do that?
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