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CP11: Spam Assassin Different?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dwykofka, Jun 29, 2007.

  1. dwykofka

    dwykofka Well-Known Member

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    I have some users complaining that advanced configuration options have disappeared. They started getting loads of spam 30 minutes after we upgraded to CP11 and there isn't a good way for them to tweak the settings like there was in the old system.

    Also it seems that instead of giving a score breakdown and including the original email as an attachment they just get the subject line rewritten to ****SPAM****.

    Is there anything I should look at in order to restore some of the control that they had before?
     
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  2. cPanelNick

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    You probably have an acl conflict.


    Reset your exim config in whm and then restart exim.
     
  3. EdP

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    As far as I can tell (and there seems to be very little documentation on the changes), if you want the old behaviour you need to tick, in WHM -> Exim Configuration Editor:

    Use the old transport based spamassassin system instead of the new acl style one.

    Also, in my case (confirmed by cPanel) there was a problem with permissions on the .spamassassin directory and its files. I have had to manual change the directory permissions (in all accounts) to 0770 and the auto-whitelist and user_prefs files to 0664.

    Ed
     
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