This implementation of SpamAssassin includes Bayesian (i.e., probabilistic) spam filtering that uses a central database.
Every email message you receive will
end up containing a spam rating added by SpamAssassin. Look for headers
beginning with 'X-Spam-', for example:
X-Spam-Flag: X-Spam-Report: X-Spam-Status: X-Spam-Level:Based on these headers you can have other code in your .procmailrc file that will refile or delete spam based on your preferences.
Note: Mail arriving for certain Nojunk domains, such as boxmail.com, might not be scanned by SpamAssassin at this time. This will be corrected in the future.
You can adjust your SpamAssassin preferences by editing the user_prefs file in your
.spamassassin directory. If this does not already exist, SpamAssassin will
automatically create one for you. You can also use a web interface to update
your SpamAssassin preferences at this URL:
Allowed and Denied Addresses -> From: addresses to never classify as spam From: addresses to always classify as spamThere are a large number of other SpamAssassin settings, but we recommend you change them only if you consider yourself to be an advanced SpamAssassin user.
Spam Classification -> Hits above which a message is considered spam Languages in email that are not considered potential spam Character sets in email that are not considered potential spam
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