mshalperin Posted November 12, 2005 Share Posted November 12, 2005 The webmail site spam filtering setup instructions state the following about SpamAssassin: SpamAssassin: SpamAssassin checks your incoming mail against a variety of rules and assigns a spam score. The higher the score, the more likely it is that this email is spam. This option is recommended, as it can help block the few spams that the SpamCop blacklist won't block. I understand from a prior discussion here that SpamAssassin is now employed before rather than after the bl's, with the effect that the BL's now block the few spams that escape SpamAssasin. From what I know about it, SpamAssassin can internally access various BL's, in addition to its heuristic content analysis. My question is how is it set up fot the SC webmail site? Are the non-Spamcop BL's accessed through SpamAssassin or independenly after it is applied? If SpamAssassin is using the BL's - does it indicate this besides the assigned score? Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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