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From Steve Dondley...@dondley.com>
Subject Re: Can a .spamassassin directory in a user's home directory override the site-wide configuration?
Date Mon, 15 Mar 2021 10:23:58 GMT
OK, thanks for the additional info. It looks like I was having a 
permissions issue and the bayes_* files were not both r/w for users 
despite having bayes_file_mode set to 0666. I'm thinking probably 
because the bayes_path was originally created manually with root.

> spamassassin reads site-wide config, then users' 
> ~/.spamassassin/user_prefs
> 
> spamd can do the same, if it runs under root without the '-x' flag 
> (which
> disables this behavior).
> 
> spamc connects to spamd passing the username to it, so you can override
> current user by passing the "-u username" flag to it.

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