what does amavis logging "Passed CEAN" with "Hits: -," mean? - SpamAssassin

This is a discussion on what does amavis logging "Passed CEAN" with "Hits: -," mean? - SpamAssassin ; example: Sep 16 01:18:22 mx1 amavis[11483]: (11483-01-31) Passed CLEAN, [12.xx.40.141] [12.xx.40.141] -> , Message-ID: , mail_id: 2M64mzvIA3wf, Hits: -, queued_as: 2CC9D1AF49B, 407 ms is "-" the same as "0.0", or something else? Len ______________________________________________ IMGate Mail OpenSource Firewall www.IMGate.net...

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  1. what does amavis logging "Passed CEAN" with "Hits: -," mean?


    example:

    Sep 16 01:18:22 mx1 amavis[11483]: (11483-01-31) Passed CLEAN, [12.xx.40.141] [12.xx.40.141] -> , Message-ID: <1180992952.532398@xxxx.com>, mail_id: 2M64mzvIA3wf, Hits: -, queued_as: 2CC9D1AF49B, 407 ms

    is "-" the same as "0.0", or something else?

    Len



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  2. Re: what does amavis logging "Passed CEAN" with "Hits: -," mean?

    Len Conrad wrote:
    > example:
    >
    > Sep 16 01:18:22 mx1 amavis[11483]: (11483-01-31) Passed CLEAN, [12.xx.40.141] [12.xx.40.141] -> , Message-ID: <1180992952.532398@xxxx.com>, mail_id: 2M64mzvIA3wf, Hits: -, queued_as: 2CC9D1AF49B, 407 ms
    >
    > is "-" the same as "0.0", or something else?
    >

    That's an amavis message, you might want to ask them.

    However, my guess is that the "Hits: -" means that no SA score was
    generated at all, either due to bypassing SA, or SA timing out.


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