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SpamAssassin scanning Outbound Questions

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by DCH, Mar 12, 2013.

  1. DCH

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    SpamAssassin scanning Outbound Questions

    Ok - so I was thinking I'd give this option a try. However, if I turn it on it says it will look to the "internal spam_score" to determine spam or not spam.

    Where do I set the internal spam score?
    Or is this what the very first option is for in the EXIM Config area of WHM? Because I was thinking that first option was for incoming globla rejection, not the outgoing scanning - since its in a completely different area of the configuration page.

    I don't necessarily want to turn on spamassassin globally for incoming mail - but I think it would be nice to scan outgoing mail.

    Thanks!
    -Eric
     
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    You can delete this. I found the other thread. Hadn't seen it before - must have used poor search strings =(

    Thank you!
    -E
     
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    Why not add the link here and increase search results for the next guy? :)
     
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    Because I flippin' lost the thread before I made that last post :p

    I found it again though :cool:

    Well, for anyone else that does come across this particular thread, you don't need to dig around in the advanced settings as the documentation states. At the bottom of the basic settings list is the area to input the threshold.

    The post by nick in this link has a picture detailing what the option is and such:
    http://forums.cpanel.net/f43/cpanel-11-34-outbound-spamassassin-scanning-threshold-case-62004-a-301871-p2.html#post1309171

    -E
     
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    Thanks for posting back. :)
     
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