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> Dan - don't tell me how, but I think we're cooking on gas now.
> First off - MinGW was installed to get rid of the error messages I was
> seeing about not having a C compiler installed. Anyway, I uninstalled.
Nice to hear that ;)
You won't need a C compiler unless you want to build spamc.
If you want to, safest way to do is download Microsoft Virtual Studio
(Express Edition is free of charge)
> config: no rules were found! Do you need to run sa-update?
> So I ran sa-update and I see
> error: gpg required but not found!
> So is it now just a case of installing gpg? Shouldn't there be some
> default rules somewhere?!
You can install gpg but don't have to. Instead you can just use the --nogpg
As already mentioned a few times, there aren't any rules delivered together
with SA source since 3.3.
You have to run sa-update in any case.
Try this to install the "default" rules:
sa-update.bat --nogpg -v --channel updates.spamassassin.org --updatedir
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