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Spamassassin

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by bear, Oct 6, 2003.

  1. bear

    bear Well-Known Member

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    I have a question about this, in that I have it running on a domain, and have it set to discard anything tagged as SPAM. I have the spambox turned off. I've been watching this account, and over the last few days, the token folder within the .spamassassin directory has grown to almost 5 MB's. Previously, the account had nearly gone over the storage allotment, since it had grown to almost 30 MB's.

    Is this normal behaviour? Is it possible to keep this in check somehow?

    I ask because I have another account set as a test, and this same folder has only grown to 180 KB's, and stopped. It was receiving nearly the same volume of junk before SA was enabled.
    Anyone know?

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    I to am interested if any one knows what, if any limits are set on the SpamAssassin token and journal files size and where these settings might be.
     
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