This is a discussion on Re: shortcircuit - SpamAssassin ; > > On 23.10.08 20:05, Henrik K wrote: > > > I shortcircuit: > > > > > > USER_IN_SPF_WHITELIST > > > USER_IN_DKIM_WHITELIST > > > USER_IN_WHITELIST > > > > > > Why bother scanning? iof course, but ...
> > On 23.10.08 20:05, Henrik K wrote:
> > > I shortcircuit:
> > >
> > > USER_IN_SPF_WHITELIST
> > > USER_IN_DKIM_WHITELIST
> > > USER_IN_WHITELIST
> > >
> > > Why bother scanning?
iof course, but why bother scanning at all?
> On Fri, Oct 24, 2008 at 10:18:29AM +0200, Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
> > because his computer may be infectedby some spam sending malware?
On 24.10.08 11:51, Henrik K wrote:
> And this 1/1000 chance makes one bother wasting time on SA? Not me.
> > trusted hosts may relay spam...
> Good luck to your paranoid world, I rather live in the real one.
> Somehow some people think that having few FNs is the end of the world. It
> doesn't make sense to multiply your resource usage to increase hit ratio
> by 1%.
it ALL depends on
- how much of trusted hosts you have and how much %spam are they relaying
- how much is your CPU/memory/network loaded with spam scanning
You provided reasons why to do shortcircuit, I provided reasons why not
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