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Email size trigger for Spam Assassin

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by clook, Feb 25, 2006.

  1. clook

    clook Well-Known Member
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    We're in the process of trying to setup exim to bypass the virus scan and spam assassin tests for messages over a certain size.

    We've got the virus scan sorted out by putting an accept_condition line in the ACL but spam assassin is proving tricky. From a google search it would seem that a similar ACL line will do it but I think cPanel's implementation of SpamAssassin is quite detailed and it doesn't appear to have a clear ACL (only routers, etc).

    Is anyone aware of a way of bypassing SA for messages over X KB?
     
  2. rustelekom

    rustelekom Well-Known Member
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    i am not a great exim master, but exim configuration consift from a container tree. So teoretically it is very possibble write some tree where you can define size for message and then deliver it without spam or virus checker. But, i think most clear explanation and may be some point you may get on exim.org mailing lists.
     
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