I've used custom rules in /etc/mail/spamassassin/local.cf since v3.1.7 with
never a problem. Since upgrading to v3.2.3, it's as if SpamAssassin isn't
seeing/registering the same rules that have always worked.

I'm running SpamAssassin on CentOS 4.5, with cPanel and through a
MailScanner package, so spamd is disabled through cPanel.

Any time I've added a custom rule I make sure it passes lint, then reload
MailScanner. I've never had a problem with SA not "acknowledging" the rules
in local.cf until v3.2.3. This version isn't seeing rules that have been
there several versions back.

I've run --lint -D, and SA is reading local.cf (I can post the log if
needed). The only other thing I changed a few days before this started was
switching from using openprotect.com's SARE channels to dostech.net. I can't
imagine that change would have caused this, though, and the rules pass lint.
SA is just...chosing to ignore them.

I'm completely perplexed on what to do, aside from downgrading to a
previously known working (for me) version. Any ideas on what to check/change
would be appreciated.
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