No, the spam assasin is called by procmail. It seems that it was a problem
with a new whitelist entry not configured well. I rolled back the changes
now but still receive a couple of bounced emails from the half an hour I
changed the configuration.
Thanks for the advice.
Is your Spamassassin started via an entry in /etc/postfix/master.cf?
I had such an installation at first years ago, and it managed to do just as
you described. It bounced all my email back..
I reconfigured it so that spamc is called by maildrop (could be procmail
too, of course). I think that is a better solution too, because I have no
need to send outgoing email to SA. If postfix calls SA via master.cf all
mail, including outgoing will be scanned.
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