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What utility are you using to scan your email? We're using Amavisd and is
If you're using Amavisd look in the config file for something like this
$QUARANTINEDIR = '/var/virusmails'; # -Q
Here is how postfix works with Amavisd
INTERNET ==> (port 25) Postfix ==> Amavisd on port 1024 (where are the spams
taggued by spamassassin)==> on port 1025 postfix ==>inbox
This is using FreeBSD, not realy sure about Ubuntu.
Also when # cd /var/virusmails/
spam-K9fOGycSlfYi.gz spam-ezx5EzYfXbNK.gz spam-zoCSbTKgvQZN.gz
spam-KAzv6-RGal0F.gz spam-f3kZGmWZgLwa.gz spam-zqKQ+-2Fy2cl.gz
spam-KBTGe2Emf8gk.gz spam-f4mJRFuWk3JF.gz spam-zv9+JRtENGhB.gz
You should be able to read it txt file
From: Ysahel [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, April 13, 2012 9:06 AM
Subject: Re: Where the spams are stored
OK :) thank you very much for you,
In fact, we can also redirect the spam in a folder by using "procmail".
Could you tell me please what type of file spam stored ( text or binary )?
I searched a lot on the web but I got no result :(
thank you very much !!!
Simon Loewenthal-3 wrote:
> SA does not store spam. It scans it. It is up to your to decide what
> to do with it.
> I send mine to Dovecot for delivery to the users' mailboxes.
> Dogs are tough.
> I've been interrogating this one for hours and he still won't tell me
> who's a good boy.
> simon@klunky / .co.uk / .org
> Ysahel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>I use Ubuntu 11.10, and I need to know
>>1/ where are the spams taggued by spamassassin are stored ??
>>2/ what is the type of file of spam stored ( textual or binary )
>>thank you very much in advance !!
-- View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/Where-the-spams-are-stored-tp33682372p33682844.html Sent from the SpamAssassin - Users mailing list archive at Nabble.com. ----- No virus found in this message. Checked by AVG - www.avg.com Version: 2012.0.1913 / Virus Database: 2411/4934 - Release Date: 04/13/12