On Sat, 1 Apr 2006, IvorW wrote:
What I'm doing should work, but is failing to detect spam, as in t/003_spam.t
(test 6 is todo).
I've installed Mail::SpamAssassin, which has set up the etc directory, but
still no joy.
i feel the answer to this may lie in perldoc SpamMonkey::Config
"SpamMonkey however does require a "00default.cf" to set
defaults; they are not hard-coded."
my spamassassin install does not have this file and works fine.
"SpamMonkey by default loads up rules from
/etc/mail/spamassassin and then ~/.spammonkey/user_prefs. To
override the rule directory, specify "rule_dir" in the
from SpamMonkey itself. my spamassassin has it rules in
Thanks in advance,
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