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SPAMD and MySQL

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Salman75, Apr 1, 2005.

  1. Salman75

    Salman75 Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    Does spamd use mysql?

    Thanks

    Salman
     
  2. theuruguayan

    theuruguayan Active Member
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    not that i know. eximstats use mysql
     
  3. justinosx

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    SpamAssassin (or spamd, the daemonized version of SpamAssassin) does not use MySQL (or any other SQL-based DB) by default. It stores everything in a flat file under each users home folder. It's typically located in the .spamassassin folder. Global SpamAssassin settings are located under /etc/mail/spamassassin. Since we use CPanel with trusted users (friends/family), we setup SpamAssassin to use MySQL- it works pretty well, but it takes some work. One great advantage is that you can use various webapps or as in our case, a SquirrelMail plugin to let users have a GUI frontend to some SpamAssassin settings.
     
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