Spam tagging g in subject doubled up?

Admin Beckspaced admin at
Wed Nov 2 10:42:17 CET 2016

hello ;)

not sure how you search things? but whenever i have problems finding 
things i do a search on CLI

first i browse to the directory, e.g. cd /some/dir

and then do a recursive, case insensitive search via grep

grep -ri "mysearchpattern" .

the dot . being the current directory

or specify a path with the grep command

grep -ri "mysearchpattern" /path/to/look/in

this always helped me finding the culprit ;)


Am 02.11.2016 um 10:24 schrieb @lbutlr:
> Anyone?
> On Oct 29, 2016, at 10:05 AM, @lbutlr <kremels at> wrote:
>> I can’t find where that *Spam* Subject tag is set; I’ve searched every file in and under /usr/local/etc/ & /etc and the only match is in amavisd.cong.sample and that is “***Spam***”.
>> I also cannot find where amavisd’s bayes files are.
>> (I’ve been told they are in /var/spool/amavis/.spamassassin, but these files do not get updated). The user vscan that runs amavis has a home folder at /var/maiad/ but that .spamassassin folder is empty.

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