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From AJ Weber <>
Subject Re: Spamhaus Technology contributions to SpamAssassin
Date Wed, 03 Jul 2019 12:47:12 GMT
Trying to follow the instructions, I got the following error:

spamassassin --lint
JulĀ  3 08:29:08.089 [26120] warn: plugin: failed to parse plugin 
/etc/mail/spamassassin/ Can't locate List/ in @INC 
(@INC contains: lib /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/local/lib64/perl5 
/usr/local/share/perl5 /usr/lib64/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/lib64/perl5 
/usr/share/perl5) at /etc/mail/spamassassin/ line 32.
JulĀ  3 08:29:08.089 [26120] warn: BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at 
/etc/mail/spamassassin/ line 32.

Are there more pre-requisites that I'm not aware of?



On 7/3/2019 5:43 AM, Riccardo Alfieri wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I'm sure that many of you are aware that our datasets are already in 
> use with SpamAssassin's default config, but I wanted to reach out and 
> let you know that we have developed a SpamAssassin plugin that helps 
> you get more out of our DNSBLs.
> The plugin works with our Data Query Service (DQS). The DQS provides 
> you with additional feeds: Zero Reputation Domain & AuthBL, and it 
> also receives updates in 'realtime.' This last point is key, because, 
> as you can see in the latest Virus Bulletin report 
> (, 
> DQS catches 42% more spam than our RSYNC service or public mirrors.
> Last but not least, the usage terms for the DQS are the same as for 
> our public mirrors, meaning that if you already use our public 
> mirrors, you can register for a personal DQS key free of charge.
> You can find all the needed files here: 
> Have fun with our data, and if there are difficulties in installing 
> the plugin, or if you have suggestions, you can drop us a line at 
> or post here. I'll try to keep the list 
> monitored to deliver as much help as I can.

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