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MailScanner Postfix Spam Question

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Hello World.

I am having an issuw with our spam servers. For whatever reason, I am still getting tons of spam from addresses, that I have ran the SA-learn command on. Anyone have any suggestions reducing spam with MailScanner/Postfix/SA Setup? Config file availble per request.

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by:arnold
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Make sure you did not white list email addresses from which these spam messages are being "sent"
Enable headers in spamassassin if you have not and see what the headers include when processing the messages that pass through.
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I had to rebuild or sa db, and reconfigure the exchange servers to resolve my spam issues.
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by:dthomas13
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My solution worked, his had nothing to do with my problem.
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