Extensible email filter which is used to identify spam

spamassassin adds a header line that shows if the mail has been
determined spam or not. This way, you can decide what to do with the
mail within the scope of your own filtering rules in your MUA (Mail
User Agent, your mail program) or your LDA (Local Delivery Agent).

See the files in the documentation directory
/usr/share/doc/packages/spamassassin/ for more information on how to
use the filter.

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed Actions
Mail-SpamAssassin-3.4.0.tar.bz2 0001065544 1.02 MB over 5 years
Mail-SpamAssassin-rules-3.4.0.r1565117.tgz 0000247283 241 KB over 5 years
bnc#582111.diff 0000000321 321 Bytes over 9 years
iXhash2-2.05.tar.gz 0000007871 7.69 KB about 7 years
iXhash2-meta-rules.patch 0000002334 2.28 KB about 7 years
init.spamd 0000005179 5.06 KB over 7 years
init.spampd 0000004428 4.32 KB about 10 years
local.cf 0000001170 1.14 KB over 12 years
patch-PgSQL 0000001153 1.13 KB over 9 years
patch-SQL_ASCII_SORT 0000001045 1.02 KB almost 13 years
patch-URIDNSBL 0000000672 672 Bytes over 5 years
patch-utf8 0000000652 652 Bytes about 13 years
spamassassin.changes 0000047615 46.5 KB over 5 years
spamassassin.spec 0000010746 10.5 KB over 5 years
spamd.service 0000000901 901 Bytes over 6 years
spampd-2.42.tar.bz2 0000112640 110 KB almost 6 years
spampd.service 0000000893 893 Bytes over 6 years
suse.cron-sa-update 0000000877 877 Bytes over 7 years
sysconfig.spamd 0000001461 1.43 KB over 7 years
sysconfig.spampd 0000000129 129 Bytes almost 6 years
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