Hi arni,

once you are reading the .qmail file, the mail message has been accepted and queued.

You can use qmail-scanner (which runs before queuing the message) to reject

Wolfgang Hamann

>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> for a while i've been watching my spamassassin perform great on almost
>> all spam - i've never had any false positives and also a very low count
>> of false negatives.
>> So I thought about rejecting sure spam during the SMTP session and came
>> up with a few bits of shellscript code thats rejecting spam with a score
>> of 10 and above (I normally mark spam at 5).
>>
>> But i'm not really sure if i'm doing it correct - it apears to me like
>> i'm not rejecting mail but i'm bouncing it which is surely not what i want.
>>
>> Here is my code which is called as a qmail-command in my .qmail file.
>>
>> #!/bin/sh
>> message="`/usr/bin/spamassassin 2>/dev/null`"
>> if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
>> # sa returned an error, make sure we dont lose the mail
>> exit 111
>> else
>> printf "%s\n" "$message" | grep -qs "X-Spam-Level: \*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*"
>> if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
>> echo "Message was permanently rejected as spam" >&2
>> exit 100
>> else
>> printf "%s\n" "$message" | maildir ./Maildir/
>> exit $?
>> fi
>> fi
>>
>> If you want to test the setup, you can send a mail with for example
>> GTUBE to rejectspam@arni.name
>>
>> Your advice will be welcome,
>> arni
>>
>>