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Apache SpamAssassin reject spam score threshold and the exim_rejectlog

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by dibello, Nov 24, 2013.

  1. dibello

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    greetings...

    after I enable the Spam Assassin reject spam score threshold, the exim_rejectlog shows all the information from the rejected email. not just the usual single line entry.

    can anyone tell me if this behavior is normal?
     
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    re: Spam Assassin reject spam score threshold and the exim_rejectlog

    Yes, this behavior is normal.
     
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    Re: Spam Assassin reject spam score threshold and the exim_rejectlog

    thanks Mike. is this setting recommended? as it seems to add quite a bit of data to the log.
     
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    Re: Spam Assassin reject spam score threshold and the exim_rejectlog

    It's entirely up to you - I've never seen an issue with this log getting too large and we see tens of thousands of messages per day per server.
     
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