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Hello,

I'm setting up a gateway spamfilter mailserver. And I like to be able to =
give with spamc the path to the user_prefs file for the right domain. So =
the user does not exists, so I can not use the -U option.

I have read this patch =
http://issues.apache.org/SpamAssassi....cgi?id=3D4405 and I was =
wondering if this is the only solution? Or will it become possible with =
a future version?

I'm now using: spamd + spamc version 3.2.3 on a Fedora 8 system.

Kind regards
Maarten
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Hello,

 

I'm setting up a gateway spamfilter =
mailserver. And=20
I like to be able to give with spamc the path to the user_prefs file for =
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right domain. So the user does not exists, so I can not use the -U=20
option.

 

I have read this patch href=3D"http://issues.apache.org/SpamAssassin/show_bug.cgi?id=3D4405">htt=
p://issues.apache.org/SpamAssassin/show_bug.cgi?id=3D4405 and=20
I was wondering if this is the only solution? Or will it become possible =
with a=20
future version?

 

I'm now using: spamd + spamc version =
3.2.3 on a=20
Fedora 8 system.

 

Kind regards

Maarten


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