amavis stats

Luke Schierer lschiere at
Thu Jun 20 06:31:39 EDT 2013

On Jun 20, 2013, at 03:16 EDT, Mark Doliner <mark at> wrote:

> On Sat, Jun 15, 2013 at 7:21 AM, Luke Schierer <lschiere at> wrote:
>> On Jun 14, 2013, at 13:32 EDT, Mark Doliner <mark at> wrote:
>>> There were 10 spammy emails in the moderator queue (because we're
>>> moderator emails from list non-members) versus maybe 1 or 2 in days of
>>> yore.
>> if you run /usr/local/sbin/  now (as root), it will launch mutt.  Deal with any ham that was filtered incorrectly manually
> It's not clear to me how to do this.  Maybe just because I'm not
> familiar with mutt.  Do we think this will need to be done daily?
> We're now getting ~10 messages per day in the moderator queue instead
> of ~1 per day.  Dealing with this increase + possibly needing to ssh
> to rock for spam filter training is more work than I'm willing to do
> just to allow non-member postings to our lists.  (I'd prefer to spend
> my time reviewing patches and branches, and organizing security
> releases).
> Anyone else want to take over dealing with the moderator queues?  If
> so, I'll add you as a list admin (and I guess make sure you have a
> shell account on rock).  Otherwise in a few days I'll change "Action
> to take for postings from non-members for which no explicit action is
> defined" under Privacy Options --> Sender Filters from "Hold" to
> "Reject."

For ones that get all the way into the moderator queues, it is more important to get those to spam probe than it is to run the script. The ones in the moderator queues are ones that both spam probe and amavis missed.  

I think the only way to get them to spam probe is to forward them to listname-spam at 


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