Tag Archive: spamassassin

Nov 15 2012

Adding Envelope Sender in sendmail

Fair warning: This post is pretty darn technical and is of little interest to people who don’t muck around with Linux and/or mail servers. Recently I had a problem with someone on a midrange.com mailing list where they sent obvious spam. The problem was, they were a subscriber to the list and had posted before …

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Jul 16 2011

DKIM Rule – SpamAssassin

I put together a new SpamAssassin rule that will help identify spam from spoofed email addresses. Some email providers always sign email with DKIM or DomainKeys … based on this assumption, if you get a message from one of those domains and it isn’t signed, you can assume its more likely to be spam. This …

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Dec 15 2007

SpamAssassin problem on Fedora 6

Running SpamAssassin after a Fedora Core 6 update results in “Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.) or string at /usr/lib/perl5/5.8.8/i386-linux-thread-multi/Scalar/Util.pm line 30.” error.

Mar 14 2007

Clean up /tmp

Recently I noticed that there’s a lot of temporary files in the /tmp directory on my mail server … all the files have spamassassin in the file name. I figured that in some cases, SpamAssassin (or programs it calls) isn’t cleaning up properly. I whipped up this script that will clean up any spamassassin files …

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