Exim as default MTA.

Chuck Mead csm at redhat.com
Wed Feb 23 00:17:18 UTC 2005

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David Woodhouse wrote:
| On Tue, 2005-02-22 at 18:57 -0500, Chuck Mead wrote:
|>spamassassin unix - n n - - pipe flags=Rq user=mail
|>argv=/usr/local/bin/safilter.sh -f ${sender} ${recipient}
| And how do you control the threshold at which it actually rejects the
| mail for the failure? The equivalent of this part of Fedora's default
| exim.conf and my http://david.woodhou.se/eximconf/include/acl-content,
| for example:
|   # Reject spam messages with score over 10, using an extra condition.
|   deny  message = This message scored $spam_score points. Congratulations!
|         spam = nobody:true
|         condition = ${if >{$spam_score_int}{100} {1}}
| For that matter, can it do the rest of what's in that ACL? And can it do
| what's in acl-helo and acl-helo-csv?
| Some of those, particularly the CSV bit, aren't good examples of
| "simple" configuration -- they're the baroque stuff I did when I was
| bored and felt like improving my mailer configuration. But they're good
| examples of "versatile".

Well... it ain't that complicated... :-)

/usr/bin/spamc | /usr/sbin/sendmail -i "$@"
exit $?

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Chuck Mead <csm at redhat.com>
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