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Re: Spam tagging not happening

From: Jeremy Van Rooyen <jeremyeagle1_at_nospam>
Date: Mon Oct 18 2010 - 14:22:32 GMT

Thanks for your reply John,

I'm really new to Exim and Spamassassin, there is no procmail scripts and I
don't know how to glue SA onto Exim?

Can you help me with that?

When I look at the rejected emails in the rejected logs for Exim it looks
like this:

F From: <>
  Received-SPF: none
  X-SPF-Guess: neutral
  X-Spam-Score: 23.9 (+++++++++++++++++++++++)
  X-Spam-Report: Spam detection software........

So as far a I know, the tagging happens here, but I don't see anything in
the email though.

On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 3:46 PM, John Hardin <> wrote:

> On Mon, 18 Oct 2010, Jeremy Van Rooyen wrote:
> Hi all, I need help with my spamassasin configuration.
>> Setup is as follows: Ubuntu (OS), Exim4 (MTA), Spamassasin (Spam Filter).
>> When I look at my logs I can see messages been identified as spam, but it
>> does not get tagged on the email client side. I did look at some forums
>> and
>> I also made the necessary changes to my file, but have no luck.
>> Can Anybody assist me?
> One more piece is needed: how is SA glued onto Exim? Procmail scripts? A
> milter (or Exim's equivalent native API)?
> Are _no_ SA-related X-Spam-* headers present in processed messages?
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