Spam for multiple domains - SpamAssassin

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  1. Spam for multiple domains

    > I am currently using spamassassin successfully for my primary domain. But
    > spam appears to not be caught when it comes into the same server through
    > sendmail as a different domain. For instance, when mail is sent to
    > user@domain1.com spamassassin works good but when mail comes in as
    > user@domain2.com spamassassin seems to ignore. The email uses foreign
    > languages like Russian so seems like it should be caught.
    >
    > It appears to not be a spamassassin setup but I assume it has to be done
    > in sendmail? I also want to note that I did configure sendmail to use
    > procmail but I am unsure of what procmail actually does. I at least have a
    > ,procmail file that is used.
    >
    > I would really appreciate any help someone could give me.
    >
    >



  2. Re: Spam for multiple domains

    On Fri, 8 Aug 2008, John Maag wrote:

    > It appears to not be a spamassassin setup but I assume it has to be done
    > in sendmail? I also want to note that I did configure sendmail to use
    > procmail but I am unsure of what procmail actually does. I at least have a
    > ,procmail file that is used.
    >
    > I would really appreciate any help someone could give me.


    More details are required before any help can possibly be forthcoming. We
    are not mind readers.

    Please post your procmail files; if they are more than a dozen or so
    lines, post them to a website like pastebin and send the URL to the list.

    Do you *know* how SA is being called? It may be called from procmail, in
    which case those files will help us, or it may be called some other way
    (e.g. via a milter). Tell us how mail is being passed to SA, if you know.

    Post to pastebin the headers from one message that was successfully
    scanned by procmail, and one that was not.

    There may be requests for more information once we've seen those.

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