On 7 Nov 2008, at 04:33, Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:

> On 07.11.08 04:02, Neil wrote:
>> Is there a way to check if SPFs and DKIMs are being checked by
>> SpamAssassin?

>
>> Here is, I believe, the relevant spamassassin -D --lint output as far
>> as modules go:
>> [19018] dbg: dns: is Net:NS::Resolver available? yes
>> [19018] dbg: dns: Net:NS version: 0.63
>> [19018] dbg: diag: module not installed: Mail::SPF ('require' failed)
>> [19018] dbg: diag: module installed: Mail::SPF::Query, version
>> 1.999001
>> [19018] dbg: diag: module installed: Mail:omainKeys, version 1.0
>> [19018] dbg: diag: module installed: Mail:KIM, version 0.31
>>
>> My understanding is Mail::SPF is not needed if you have
>> Mail::SPF::Query installed.

>
> Yes. It's also pointless imho to ise DomainKeys and DKIM both, DKIM is
> preferred afaik.
>


Well, I have them both to for when other people use one or the other;
currently I'm not using either on outbound.

>> I've not seen any sign of SPF or DKIM (or DomainKeys) checks, neither
>> in any of my spam reports (and I've been checking just about every
>> spam recently) nor in debug output when I've run specific spams
>> through spamassassin manually.

>
> Did you enable network checks?
>


I think so; I'm seeing DNSBLs, etc. in my scores.

-Neil.