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From Jerry Malcolm <techst...@malcolms.com>
Subject Re: Setting Threshold
Date Sat, 28 Sep 2019 00:01:52 GMT
Oh yes... and the location of the actual SA startup command file as 
well.....

Thx

On 9/27/2019 7:01 PM, Jerry Malcolm wrote:
> Thanks. I'll try all of that.  But unfortunately I'm coming into AWS 
> Linux from a Windows background.  I'm having a heck of a time finding 
> the configuration and log file folders that linux server 
> implementations seem to like splattering all over the hard drive... 
> :-).  Where should I be looking to find the SA log files?
>
> Thanks again.
>
> Jerry
>
> On 9/27/2019 6:46 PM, David B Funk wrote:
>> Jerry,
>>
>> That looks like a functional implementation of the "spamc" client.
>> So that implies your system is using "spamd" daemon for actual 
>> processing of the spam. (as opposed to something like "amavis" which 
>> directly incorporates the SA scanning engine)
>>
>> Did you restart the spamd daemon after you changed that config file?
>>
>> If you did and the change still isn't working this implies that your 
>> spamd system is using a different set of config files -or- there's 
>> another config file which is overriding your customization.
>> At startup spamd processes config files in sequence and a setting in 
>> a later one will override corresponding values set in an earlier one.
>>
>> Look at your spamd's process list to see if there are any explicit 
>> config files specified in the command line arguments.
>>
>> Also you can try starting your spamd with debugging enabled which 
>> will cause it to log config file processing.
>>
>> Add the following to your spamd start up command line arguments:
>>   --debug config
>>
>> Then restart and look at the logging output to see which config files 
>> it's processing and in which order.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Fri, 27 Sep 2019, Jerry Malcolm wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Bill,  Thanks for the quick response.
>>>
>>> I'm using Apache James 3.3.0.   I investigated the class that calls 
>>> spamd.  There is a class SpamAssassinInvoker in the James 
>>> distribution that actually calls spamd.  Relevant code excerpt from 
>>> that class is below.  It doesn't appear that any threshold info is 
>>> being sent on the call.
>>>
>>> out = socket.getOutputStream();
>>> in = new BufferedReader(new 
>>> InputStreamReader(socket.getInputStream()));
>>> out.write("CHECK SPAMC/1.2\r\n\r\n".getBytes());
>>>
>>> // pass the message to spamd
>>> message.writeTo(out);
>>> out.flush();
>>> socket.shutdownOutput();
>>> String s = null;
>>> while ((s = in.readLine()) != null) {
>>>
>>> On 9/27/2019 3:21 PM, Bill Cole wrote:
>>>> On 27 Sep 2019, at 15:14, Jerry Malcolm wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> I am setting up SA on an AWS Linux EC2.  I am trying to change the 
>>>>> results threshold from 5.0 to 4.0.  I went to 
>>>>> /usr/share/spamassassin/local.cf, uncommented and changed: 
>>>>> "required_score 4.0".  But when I stop and start the service and 
>>>>> process an email through it, headers still say 5.0 as the 
>>>>> threshold.  What am I doing wrong?  Is there some other place I 
>>>>> need to change it as well?
>>>>
>>>> It is certainly possible. How are you integrating SA with your mail 
>>>> system, i.e. what software is getting mail that it uses SA to 
>>>> filter? Different mechanisms can end up using software-specific or 
>>>> user-specific configurations that override local.cf.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>

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