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Fedora Core 3 Update: spamassassin-3.0.2-0.fc3 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora http://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/changes302 Upstream bug fixes.
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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2005-261
2005-03-28
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Product     : Fedora Core 3
Name        : spamassassin
Version     : 3.0.2
Release     : 0.fc3
Summary     : Spam filter for email which can be invoked from mail 
delivery agents.
Description :
SpamAssassin provides you with a way to reduce if not completely eliminate
Unsolicited Commercial Email (SPAM) from your incoming email.  It can
be invoked by a MDA such as sendmail or postfix, or can be called from
a procmail script, .forward file, etc.  It uses a genetic-algorithm
evolved scoring system to identify messages which look spammy, then
adds headers to the message so they can be filtered by the user's mail
reading software.  This distribution includes the spamd/spamc components
which create a server that considerably speeds processing of mail.

To enable spamassassin, if you are receiving mail locally, simply add
this line to your ~/.procmailrc:
INCLUDERC=/etc/mail/spamassassin/spamassassin-default.rc

To filter spam for all users, add that line to /etc/procmailrc
(creating if necessary).

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Update Information:

http://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/changes302
Upstream bug fixes.
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* Thu Mar 24 2005 Florian La Roche 
- add "exit 0" to postun script

* Thu Mar 24 2005 Joe Orton  3.0.2-4
- package the NOTICE file

* Thu Mar 17 2005 Warren Togami  - 3.0.2-3
- reinclude ia64, thanks jvdias

* Tue Mar 15 2005 Warren Togami  - 3.0.2-2
- exclude ia64 for now due to Bug #151127

* Mon Dec 20 2004 Warren Togami  - 3.0.2-1
- 3.0.2

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This update can be downloaded from:
   http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/3/

fa6de1906320c843125f3a578b522757  SRPMS/spamassassin-3.0.2-0.fc3.src.rpm
82f592b238ef341fa84d33886ab0f294  x86_64/spamassassin-3.0.2-0.fc3.x86_64.rpm
741c896af056b0c7d0accb1576da90ce 
x86_64/debug/spamassassin-debuginfo-3.0.2-0.fc3.x86_64.rpm
667d0f426b824fa2d0403859c7422f1e  i386/spamassassin-3.0.2-0.fc3.i386.rpm
0a25bc3c18979406006b5fd8e7b77393 
i386/debug/spamassassin-debuginfo-3.0.2-0.fc3.i386.rpm

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.
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