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Tag: SpamAssassin

Lowering Bayes score for Zimbra’s Spamassassin config

The Spamassassin config in Zimbra has a very high default score for bayes matching of 99, 95, 90, etc, percent. A mail with subject and body "test" or "asdfaewf a" is often marked as 99% bayes, even though the spamfilter has seen no training mail. This is absurd. Read More »

Fixing spamassassin rule in Zimbra

Spamassassin has had a bug for a while, marking any mail from 2010 and later as spam because it's from "far into the future". This was very crudely done as this regexp: /20[1-9][0-9]/. Because of that, almost all mail from 2010 onward is marked as spam. Read More »

Correcting Spamassassins stale mirror configuration

My spamassassin updates daily by running sa-update. Recently, I've been getting failure notices that mirror spamassassin.kluge.net was no longer available. This was because of a known bug, apparantly. So, I deleted the MIRROR.BY file and ran sa-update again. Read More »

Wiebe Hedde Cazemier

If you're into Open Source software, 3D modeling or Do It Yourself audio, you may already know Wiebe under his on-line alias, Halfgaar. Personally, I've known him since I was 10 and he was 9. These days he's still a very good friend, and even a colleague. Read More »