From: Anthony Howe
Date: 2010-08-24 10:52:03 -0400
Subject: milter-spamc 2.0 testing
I am in the process of preparing a 2.0 release of milter-spamc. The
major new features are:
* smtp-dsn-enable (selective recipient delivery) see change
log below for documentation.
* milter-spamc-profile: access tag for SA virtual user
configurations by user or domain.
* New "combo" tag support for refined access.db control. See
documentation for connect:from, connect:to, and from:to
* Restoration of access.db B/W support common to most SnertSoft
I'm currently testing and documenting these additions. I'm interested in
feedback based on this information. The access-db section will be the
same as for milter-link (with names changed to protect the innocent).
As noted below there will be some behaviour changes with respect to
scores that should simplify configuration.
+ Added new options:
When +smtp-dsn-enable, a message with multiple recipients, has
some white listed recipients, and is identified as reject-able
spam, then the non-white listed recipients are removed from the
delivery list and a DSN message sent to the sender concerning
Otherwise when -smtp-dsn-enable (default), the historical
behaviour is applied, where at least one white listed recipient
means the message is delivered to all recipients of the message
regardless of score.
+ Added SMTP command "STAT milter-spamc" to dump runtime
+ Added new access tag:
Used to specify a SpamAssassin virtual configuration to use. If
the message is addressed to a single recipient, then a milter-
spamc-profile:mail lookup is done. If the message is for more
than one recipient, all of whom are within the same domain, then
a milter-spamc-profile:domain lookup is done. Otherwise the
global spamd-user option is used, if defined. The right hand
side action must be a user name or address to pass to spamd. It
can be a pattern list. If the special user name OK is used, then
the message is not processed by spamd.
+ Added and updated documentation concerning "combo" tag support
added in libsnert.
- Removed options extra-low-spam, mail-low-spam.
! Renamed several options for consistency with similar BarricadeMX
extra-discard -> spamd-score-discard
extra-reject -> spamd-score-reject
level-character -> spamd-level-character
subject-tag -> spamd-subject-tag
subject-tag-score -> spamd-subject-score
no-user-config -> spamd-no-user-config
Note that spamd-score-reject and spamd-score-discard are no
longer relative the SpamAssassin threshold. Typically threshold
< spamd-score-reject < spamd-score-discard, but not enforced;
that is spamd-score-* could be less than threshold. Messages
that have a score between threshold and spamd-score-reject are
! Default for spamd-max-size changed to 0 (unlimited).
Anthony C Howe Skype: SirWumpus SnertSoft
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