I can receive emails from a trusted domain to my MiaB server just fine, and it’s been working fine for well over a year now. Just recently, certain emails that weren’t flagged as Junk before are now being flagged as such. I read the forum posts (I’ve been searching to try to find this, maybe I overlooked something but I’ve tried) about training SpamAssassin, but moving the mail to the inbox and such doesn’t seem to be working. I also tried manually whitelisting these domains, but it didn’t seem to work either?
Does anyone have any suggestion I could try? It’s not a huge deal, just seems like something that should be an easy enough fix. We regularly receive emails from 4-5 trusted domains, and we’d prefer them not being flagged as Junk at the server level instead of doing user filters for each one of us if possible.
I then restarted stuffs because I never know exactly what to restart:
$ sudo service spamassassin restart
$ sudo service spampd restart
$ sudo service postfix restart
This seems to have worked, maybe I needed to restart more than just the spamassassin service?
X-Spam-Status: No, score=-94.9 required=5.0 tests=DKIM_SIGNED,DKIM_VALID,
autolearn=no autolearn_force=no version=3.4.2
Seems like adding whitelist_from email@example.com to the bottom of /etc/spamassassin/local.cf then restarting those three services does the trick. I’ll do more testing from the other domains I don’t have control of and see. Thank you!
I get the rationale for the change but it’s a little odd that they are issuing a deprecation warning without implementing the new option (WELCOMELIST_FROM). Apparently it is not to be implemented until version 4.x.