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> Appears you are implying this init.d script existed, then was removed
> after installation which does not make sense to me.
Well, let me make this clear. In first place, I've experience installing SA
in RHEL4 and RHEL5 before, and after installing, if I say 'service
spamassassin start', this will work, which means service file must be
located in /etc/init.d.
But, this time, I'm trying to install in CentOS and after installation, if I
say 'service spamassassin start', this is not starting and gives
"spamassassin: unrecognized service", which means service file is not
located in /etc/init.d. So, here I don't mean that it exists before and is
removed after installation.
Hope this makes clear.
> Also note that Redhat wrote the rpm and it is up to them to determine
> what is included.
I don't understand your point here. By the way, SpamAssassin is installed
from source (Mail-SpamAssassin-3.3.1.tar.gz) and only dependencies are in
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