firstname.lastname@example.org writes: > On 01/18, Micah Anderson wrote:
>> but I suspect that some of these are no longer good. I was hoping folks
>> out there might be able to make some suggestions for improvements?
> All of those are currently listed by Adam Katz on
> I expect that list to be up to date.
> He's an active spamassassin developer.
> That page also lists 90_2tld.cf.sare.sa-update.dostech.net. I doubt there
> are any others worth using. If there are, they should probably get added
> to http://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/CustomRulesets
> If there were more sa-update channels that were useful, I'd recommend
> breaking that page up a little more to put the rule sets with update
> channels at the top.
> If you're looking to improve SA accuracy in general, I've tried to make a
> thorough checklist here:
Thanks, I'm going through that list to find anything that I dont have.
I noticed that pyzor is recommended there. I had disabled it because it
seemed like it was no longer being developed.
I am trying to get it enabled, but I am running into the issue reported
I've requested a masscheck account, but am still waiting on that.
I also noticed I didn't have these perl modules:
Jan 19 11:05:06.710  dbg: diag: [...] module not installed: IP::Country::Fast ('require' failed)
Jan 19 11:05:06.710  dbg: diag: [...] module not installed: IO::Socket::INET6 ('require' failed)
The INET6 one probably isn't necessary because I dont have ipv6 yet. I
couldn't find the IP::Country::Fast moduole as a debian package,
although there is libgeo-ipfree-perl, its unclear if that can be used
Everything else on that page, except for your mention of
90_2tld.cf.sare.sa-update.dostech.net I've done.