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Hi, I work on a server running linux and postfix. I have installed SpamAssasin with webmin. and it is running but it doesn't seem to filter any spam. Is there a configuration piece I'm missing?

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Did you configure postfix to pass the data along? What is the configuration of your spam assassin to sequester or are you nay modifying the subject or heathers which would then filter the message accordingly.
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How do I configure postfix to pass the data along? And I've got SpamAssassin set to modify the subject.
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http://www.akadia.com/services/postfix_spamassassin.html
Review the configuration you have and make adjustments to the postfix config.

Make sure to backup the current config. Prior to proceeding.
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