On 30.06.19 06:36, dpjanda wrote:
>It sure is is, and that's why I posted the original question here. As it
>could, perhaps, be an error on my part how I call it from POSTFIX, so I
>thought I would ask the question here, first.
you have not attached any information about how you call spamd from postfix.
However, only process 2142 seems to be related to the mail you are
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> It sure is is, and that's why I posted the original question here. As
> could, perhaps, be an error on my part how I call it from POSTFIX, so
> thought I would ask the question here, first.
The [hidden email] list would be a far better place for
it, as this is entirely about spamd, a component of SpamAssasssin.
Having written some of the code involved in spamd switching to specific
users, I believe that what you're seeing is normal, at least for some
configurations. As I am not currently working with any system that uses
spamd with per-user configurations, I am hesitant to make a definitive
I am almost certain that you can get a more definitive answer on the
right mailing list.
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