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NAME

     filter-spamassassin — smtpd filter for SpamAssassin spamd

SYNOPSIS

     filter-spamassassin [-s strategy]

DESCRIPTION

     filter-spamassassin is a filter for smtpd(8) which can be used to filter
     mails based on decisions from SpamAssassin's spamd(1) daemon.  Mails are
     piped to the daemon, which decides whether a mail is spam or not,
     according to its own configuration.

     The options are as follows:

     -s strategy  Set the strategy of filter-spamassassin to either accept or
                  reject spam mails.  The accepted values are:

                  accept  Spam mails are accepted.
                  reject  Spam mails are rejected.

                  The default strategy value is accept.

     Depending on the chosen strategy spam mails are either accepted or
     rejected with a SMTP 554 reply.  Non-spam mails are always accepted.

SPAMASSASSIN CONFIGURATION

     filter-spamassassin expects that SpamAssassin's spamd(1) to listen on
     127.0.0.1 port 783 for incoming requests.  This matches to the default
     configuration of the daemon.

SEE ALSO

     filter_api(3), smtpd.conf(5), smtpd(8), spamd(1)

HISTORY

     The first version of filter-spamassassin was written in 2015.

AUTHORS

     Joerg Jung ⟨jung@openbsd.org