I don't know why, but it appears that spamassassin has no
Wed, 19 Jun 2002 16:48:26 +0000
I don't know why, but it appears that spamassassin has no blacklist_to command. I'd find this very useful as I have old addresses which I still need to check because they're published in various places, but which I haven't used otherwise in the last four years, and still get a steady stream of spam.
If you're using spamassassin through your .forward file, though* - or presumably also procmail - it's easy to fake
header SENT_TO_DETACHED To =~ /dan\@detached.demon.co.uk/ score SENT_TO_DETACHED 3.5
That should tip the balance a little.
* apparently this doesn't work if you use spamd/spamc because it won't pick up new rules from the user_prefs file in that case. This is a shame if so, because I really do need to convert to a daemon-based approach - currently I get massive thrashing and load averages exceeding 15 when I reintroduce my laptop to the net after having been away. A fix would be nice.