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From Karsten Br├Ąckelmann <>
Subject Re: Change .spamassassin directory
Date Thu, 22 Jul 2010 18:37:27 GMT
On Thu, 2010-07-22 at 11:05 -0700, Neil Hodge wrote:
> 2010/7/22 Karsten Br├Ąckelmann <>:
> >
> > Anyway, I still do not see why you want to change these to begin with.
> > If you want site-wide databases, check out the wiki and its information
> > how to do that. If the reason is anything else -- you probably should
> > not do it. ;)
> Ah, yes.  Well, basically, I get email from my provider via an imap
> server.  However, do not provide nearly enough spam filtering, so I
> thought I would do it myself.  I want SA to work on two different
> machines (not on the same LAN, but one at home, and one at work), as I
> check email on both of them, and I would like a similar response.  I

Still confusing. ;)

So, did you just say, that you check mail for one account (you mentioned
a single ISP only) from two different places, namely home and work? That
scenario spells IMAP to me -- your *own* IMAP server at home.

That way, you will need a single SA only, and a single server to

Though maybe you want to explain your situation further. One thing I've
realized early during user support is, that answering the questions and
solving the issue the user wanted to do it, often is not the best way.
Understanding the issue might yield a totally different solution, the
new-to-the-project user would never have thought about.

> realize that the bayes data will diverge over time, but at least I
> would like user_prefs to be the same between the two machines.  I
> already have a setup to sync my personal data between these two
> machines, and I would like the SA directory to be in the subdirectory
> tree that gets synched.
> > Also, I would avoid *any* usage of 'spamassassin' command line options,
> > unless for debugging. See the note above regarding such options and
> > later use of spamd.
> Well, maybe I will just break down and get client/server working now . . .

Probably a good idea. :)

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