I’ve made changes to /etc/spamassassin/local.cf - I’ve set the required_score from 5.0 to 4.0. I’ve also used sa-learn to categorise spam from ham. When I run spamassassin from the command line, I get a value I’m happy with. But when it runs by itself, it seems that my local changes are not honoured - it both gets another score, and the required score is back at 5.0. What am I missing? How do I get it to honour my local changes?
Please post the changes you have made to
35c35 < required_score 4.0 --- > #required_score 5.0
Have you reviewed the documentation:
Yes. But I don’t think my problem is with /etc/spamassassin/local.cf, because when I run it from the command line it behaves exactly like I want it to. My question is why it doesn’t continue to do this when it runs as part of the mail receiving process?
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