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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Have you tried using spamc with SpamAssassin? It really helps reduce the resources used.
    • Yeah, I'm using spamc. My .forward uses Mail::Audit and its not doing anything a simple procmail filter couldn't, so maybe I'll just choke back my bile and switch to procmail.
      • by drhyde (1683) on 2004.07.07 11:37 (#32228) Homepage Journal
        Definitely use procmail! I have a load of rules which match Windows executables and /dev/null them. Rules to match my mailing lists and deliver messages straight to their folders - I assume that mailing lists are tolerably spam-free. Only what's left after that gets thrown at spamassassin. It cut the load tremendously. If you want a copy of the .procmailrc, yell.