Anyone know if something changed in the amavis-new/spamassasin setup that SuSE
I've noticed that sa's headers are not getting inserted into my mail like they
used to. Best I can pin down is that something altered the behavior late
# default values, can be overridden by more specific lookups, e.g. SQL
$sa_tag_level_deflt = -20.0; # add spam info headers if at, or above that
$sa_tag2_level_deflt = 10.0;
$sa_kill_level_deflt = $sa_tag2_level_deflt; # triggers spam evasive actions
Yet when I run with debug on, it looks to me like sa is using an entirely
different setting, here's a typical message from sa
debug: is spam? score=-4.901 required=5 tests=BAYES_00
Note the 'required' is 5, where the heck is sa getting that from? It's
acting like it is completely ignoring the settings in amavisd.conf.
The piece of mail scored as shown in the debug line above did _not_
have a header inserted, yet it should have since it is scored
greater than the -20.0 tag level in amavisd.conf
POPFile, the OpenSource EMail Classifier
Linux 2.6.5-7.104-default x86_64
For skip-free Internet radio listening on a busy or flaky connection,
crank up the buffer size in XMMS. Right click on the XMMS window,
then, from the drop-down menu, select Options -> Preferences. From the
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starts playing. Happy listening.
More on XMMS here:
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I have my computer connected to a Windows 2000 share via samba. I
have problems, however, if that server is ever restarted. The mount
point becomes inaccessable (i.e. 'ls' gives and error), and I cannot
umount it ('server is busy' error). A umount -f does not work either.
The only option I have found is to restart, which I hate to do.
Any suggestions on how to avoid this, or at least how to get it re-mounted?
I am mounting the server via /etc/fstab, with the following line:
//xeon/c /xeon smbfs
credentials=/etc/mypasswords,uid=1000,gid=100 0 0
(BTW, what does the '0 0' at the end do? I have never understood those numbers)
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