[horde] Anti Spam

Andreas Mauser andreas at mauser.info
Sat Jun 8 15:35:55 UTC 2013

----- Nachricht von Michael M Slusarz <slusarz at horde.org> ---------
   Datum: Fri, 07 Jun 2013 14:01:51 -0600
     Von: Michael M Slusarz <slusarz at horde.org>
Betreff: Re: [horde] Anti Spam
      An: horde at lists.horde.org

> Quoting Arjen de Korte <arjen+horde at de-korte.org>:
>> Citeren Andreas Mauser <andreas at mauser.info>:
>>> Im stuck totally and google also doesnt help me much how to make  
>>> per-user reporting work.
>>> Spam is pretty much blocked by the system with amavis and  
>>> spamassassin, just the Horde Reporting doesnt work yet.
>> If you're using amavis for spam filtering, are you sure you're  
>> using per-user filtering? This is quite a hassle to setup and I  
>> would not expect someone going through this, needing help in  
>> setting up reporting. If you have no idea what I'm talking about,  
>> you almost certainly use system-wide spam filtering and per-user  
>> reporting is not going to work.
>>> Is there any more lil information, or a nice document somewhere,  
>>> you could give me?
>> I already directed you to the man pages of spamd and spamc, which  
>> is basically all you need if you need to setup per-user spam  
>> reporting. But I'm starting to doubt if that is what you need.
> Additionally, support on setting up the anti-spam solutions is  
> entirely independent of Horde, so this list is not the proper  
> location to seek such support.

Right. So it looks like I have fixed spamd to accept users requests,  
so I log into the server via ssh as a normal user and put

spamc -R < /usr/share/doc/spamassassin-*/sample-spam.txt

in the terminal and it gives me a good result

2013-06-08T17:29:51.282011+02:00 webster spamd[31499]: spamd: checking  
message <GTUBE1.1010101 at example.net> for andreas:511
2013-06-08T17:29:51.684206+02:00 webster spamd[31499]: spamd:  
identified spam (1000.0/5.0) for andreas:511 in 0.4 seconds, 799 bytes.
2013-06-08T17:29:51.684708+02:00 webster spamd[31499]: spamd: result:  
scantime=0.4,size=799,user=andreas,uid=511,required_score=5.0,rhost=localhost.localdomain,raddr=,rport=35922,mid=<GTUBE1.1010101 at example.net>,autolearn=no

Now I would like the SPAM Button in Horde to report down to spamd and  
in backends.local.php I have

    $servers['imap']['disabled'] = true;
    $servers['advanced']['disabled'] = false;
    $servers['advanced']['spam']['innocent']['program'] =  
'/usr/bin/spamc -C revoke -u %l';
    $servers['advanced']['spam']['spam']['program'] = '/usr/bin/spamc  
-C report -u %l';

which makes sense to me.

I still didnt understand if I have to uncomment anything in the  
backends.php in the advanced section, do I?

Thank you,

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