Greetings, My apologies re: HTML encoding. I've set Thunderbird to send
this message plain-text-only; hopefully that will work.

I don't wish to become involved in a long debate, and get off topic, but
how are methods of invoking SA are not SA business? To me that seems
like an integral part of using SA. SA doesn't do much if it isn't invoked.

However, if that is the group policy, so be it.

Thanks,

--Joe

P.S. My apologies to Matus UHLAR, who will probably receive this email
twice.
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> Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
>> On 06.11.08 09:22, Joe Dragotta wrote:
>>
>>> Greetings,
>>>

>>
>> Hello,
>>
>> please post plaintext messages to the list.
>>
>>
>>> Being fairly new to Spamassassin administration, I have a fairly
>>> basic
>>> question about host resource usage.
>>>
>>> I would presume that if the global procmailrc file, in /etc/,
>>> forwards
>>> mail to Spamassassin, and the users have individual .procmailrc
>>> files, in
>>> their home directories, which also forward mail to Spamassassin,
>>> any mail
>>> destined for such a user would be filtered twice.
>>>
>>> Is that a correct assumption?
>>>

>>
>> That's procmail, not SA business.
>>
>>

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