spamassassin

Improving the effectiveness and accuracy of SpamAssassin configuring RBL and WL rule scores on Debian

SpamAssassin effectiveness at non-english language spam may be less than desirable, and when you starting to use bayesian rules, you do not have enough spam and ham specimens for training.
Also, you can understand SpamAssassin as a multilayer protection, and you could configure each level for improving results.
At the side of spammers, you can think as sequential spam waves attacks, each during minutes to hours.

Improving the effectiveness and accuracy of SpamAssassin updating its rules automatically on Debian

One can improve the default effectiveness and accuracy of SpamAssassin on Debian systems by automatically updating its rules from official channel and from suggested channel.

This tutorial will show how to update the rules and include the Sought automatically generated daily rules from messages caught in spam traps.

Also, read the other "Related Content" articles at this site regarding antispam and SpamAssassin linked.

 

Configuring auto-whitelist in SpamAssassin on Debian

SpamAssassin can automatically mantain a MEAN score of e-mail addresses based on ham or spam received.

You can read more on https://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/AutoWhitelist

It is NOT a manual whitelist  https://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/ManualWhitelist . It MUST NOT be the only filter you will use.

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