Silly enough for which part? Dumping or using the other rules here? I've
had my implementation in place for a year and a half and am confident in
dumping scores of 10+. The highest false positive I have seen in that time
was a 6.2.

When I attempted to implement using /usr/bin/spamassassin I saw nothing
being done in the maillog. When I switched back to using spamc it appears
to be working again.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: jdow [mailto:jdow@earthlink.net]
> Yes if you are silly enough.
> {^_^}
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Skip Brott"
>
>
> > These are more appropriately procmail questions, but
> >
> > Do you know if this ruleset will process before or after attempted
> > delivery
> > to the user (and thus triggering the .forward file)? Is there a
> > difference
> > between using /usr/bin/spamassassin versus using

> /usr/bin/spamc ? And can
> > I
> > still use this rule to dump spam with high scores?:
> > :0
> > * ^X-Spam-Level: \*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*
> > /dev/null
> >
> >> :0fwhb
> >> | /usr/bin/spamassassin
> >> :0H
> >> * ^X-Spam-Status: Yes
> >> /var/spool/mail/spam

> >
> >