Delays when scanning outbound e-mails
dominic at timedicer.co.uk
Thu Mar 28 16:41:49 CET 2019
On Wed, 27 Mar 2019 at 21:12, Nick Howitt <nick at howitts.co.uk> wrote:
> On 27/03/2019 20:27, Marc Pujol wrote:
> > A 27/03/2019 15:39, Nick Howitt escrigué:
> >> I am not sure how to read this but the TIMING and TIMING-SA figures
> >> are huge with tests_pri_-90: 299180, b_finish: 297503 and
> >> expire_bayes: 297448 jumping out to me. I am not aware of using bayes
> >> filtering.
> > You most probably are using bayes filtering. This is controlled by the
> > "use_bayes" directive in your spamassassin (not amavis) configuration.
> What is weird is I've been down this route. "grep bayes /etc/* -r"
> returned one commented line in /etc/mail/spamassassin/v320.pre:
> # and create a header containing ASN data for bayes tokenization.
> and that is it. I also tried an "sa-learn --sync" and "sa-learn
> --force-expire" and got no improvements. I am really puzzled.
use_bayes is enabled by default in spamassassin. To turn it off, add this
directive to /etc/spamassassin/local.cf:
and then restart amavis.
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