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Complete SA log [message #1646] Tue, 30 January 2007 18:19
ron.gooding
Messages: 12
Registered: January 2007
Junior Member
I have just setup a trial and have included all three options on the logging under the Global Settings.

However, the spam scores seem to be too low and a lot of spam continues to come through. At least for tuning purposes, I would like to see *in the log* the details of every rule that is evaluated and its resulting score. This way I can see what values need to be changed in which rules. For instance, I want to make an RBL failure an automatic delete.

How can I turn on this detailed logging?

Thanks.
Re: Complete SA log [message #1647 is a reply to message #1646] Wed, 31 January 2007 15:29 Go to previous message
support
Messages: 918
Registered: April 2004
Senior Member
> I have just setup a trial and have included all three options
> on the logging under the Global Settings.
>
> However, the spam scores seem to be too low and a lot of spam
> continues to come through. At least for tuning purposes, I
> would like to see *in the log* the details of every rule that
> is evaluated and its resulting score. This way I can see what
> values need to be changed in which rules. For instance, I want
> to make an RBL failure an automatic delete.
>
> How can I turn on this detailed logging?

To enable detailed SpamAssassin logging, please turn on "Log Filter Error Output"
in NoSpamToday!'s Global Settings and change the Commandline setting in
the SpamAssassin Filter Wizard to

sa\spamassassin.exe %FLAGS% -x -D -c "%CONFIGPATH%" -e 255

This setting appears only if you activate "Advanced configuration" on the first page of
the SpamAssassin wizard.

For information on rules scores, please see the 50_scores.cf file in the sa\ruleset
subfolder of the NoSpamToday! installation folder.
Make sure that all changes to the SpamAssassin configuration you want to make
are done only in the local.cf file.



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