correct the path to the uniq-subscribers
[spamassassin_config.git] / lists / user_prefs
1 # SpamAssassin user preferences file.  See 'man Mail::SpamAssassin::Conf' for
2 # details of what can be tweaked.
3 ###########################################################################
4
5 # XXX update the date in the version tag whenever you make changes!
6 # version_tag           lists.debian.org-2007-04-23-01
7
8 required_hits           4.0
9 # use_terse_report      0
10 # check_mx_attempts     2
11 #rbl_timeout            5
12 # dns_available         yes
13 skip_rbl_checks         0
14 dns_available test: gluck.debian.org master.debian.org klecker.debian.org
15
16 # use newer score and rules, but don't override our own scores
17 include /var/list/.spamassassin/newer-rules/50_scores.cf
18
19 internal_networks       70.103.162.31/32 127.0.0.1/32
20 trusted_networks        70.103.162.0/24 127.0.0.1/32 192.25.206.10/32
21
22 # No unnecessary crap --liiwi 2004-08-29
23 report_safe             0
24
25 # Making this explicit --pasc, 2004-02-22
26 use_razor2              1
27
28 # This should work now -- pasc, 2005-07-19
29 use_pyzor               1
30
31 # testing only --joy, 2003-09-05
32 # we have non english lists on lists.d.o --rmurray, 2003-12-03
33 # which is why the scores are divided with a hundred, duh --joy, 2004-05-27
34 #ok_locales              en
35 # ok_languages            en
36
37 # good idea, should have been taken further, but preemptively
38 # commented out by Joy after the 2003-06-27 debacle where the
39 # 10 MB bayesian database caused spamds to consume gobs of memory
40 #bayes_expiry_scan_count 20000
41
42 # we don't train the Bayesian classifier so don't give it full weight
43 # cf. bug #188703 --joy, 2003-04-12, 2003-04-28
44
45 # set more realistic settings, so bayes is not automatic poisoned any more
46 #                 -- zobel, 2207-01-13
47 bayes_auto_learn_threshold_nonspam  -4
48 bayes_auto_learn_threshold_spam      27
49
50 subscriber_file /var/list/uniq-subscribers
51
52
53 ################################################################
54 # SARE-rules (http://www.rulesemporium.com/rules.htm)
55 ################################################################
56
57 #include /var/list/.spamassassin/sare-rules/70_sare_adult.cf
58 #include /var/list/.spamassassin/sare-rules/70_sare_header0.cf
59 #include /var/list/.spamassassin/sare-rules/70_sare_header1.cf
60 #include /var/list/.spamassassin/sare-rules/70_sare_html0.cf
61 #include /var/list/.spamassassin/sare-rules/70_sare_html1.cf
62 #include /var/list/.spamassassin/sare-rules/70_sare_oem.cf
63 #include /var/list/.spamassassin/sare-rules/70_sare_specific.cf
64 #include /var/list/.spamassassin/sare-rules/70_sare_stocks.cf
65 #include /var/list/.spamassassin/sare-rules/72_sare_bml_post25x.cf
66 #include /var/list/.spamassassin/sare-rules/75_black_uri_list.cf
67 #include /var/list/.spamassassin/sare-rules/99_sare_fraud_post25x.cf
68
69
70 ################################################################
71 # newer rules which aren't in /usr/share/spamassassin
72 ################################################################
73
74 include /var/list/.spamassassin/newer-rules/20_dnsbl_tests.cf
75 include /var/list/.spamassassin/newer-rules/20_head_tests.cf
76 include /var/list/.spamassassin/newer-rules/20_ratware.cf
77 include /var/list/.spamassassin/newer-rules/20_uri_tests.cf
78 include /var/list/.spamassassin/newer-rules/25_uribl.cf
79 include /var/list/.spamassassin/newer-rules/60_whitelist_dk.cf
80 include /var/list/.spamassassin/newer-rules/70_iadb.cf
81 include /var/list/.spamassassin/newer-rules/80_additional.cf
82
83 include common/sare/70_sare_adult.cf
84 include common/sare/70_sare_header0.cf
85 include common/sare/70_sare_header1.cf
86 include common/sare/70_sare_header2.cf
87 include common/sare/70_sare_header3.cf
88 include common/sare/70_sare_header.cf
89 include common/sare/70_sare_header_eng.cf
90 include common/sare/70_sare_html0.cf
91 include common/sare/70_sare_html1.cf
92 include common/sare/70_sare_html2.cf
93 include common/sare/70_sare_html3.cf
94 include common/sare/70_sare_html4.cf
95 include common/sare/70_sare_html.cf
96 include common/sare/70_sare_oem.cf
97 include common/sare/70_sare_specific.cf
98 include common/sare/70_sare_spoof.cf
99 include common/sare/70_sare_stocks.cf
100 include common/sare/72_sare_bml_post25x.cf
101 include common/sare/99_sare_fraud_post25x.cf
102
103 # Include common spam stuff
104
105 include common/common_spam
106 include common/list_specific
107 include common/scores
108
109 header EXINNEN From =~ /schilling\@fokus\.fraunhofer\.de/i
110 score EXINNEN 2.3
111
112 header LDO_WHITELIST    eval:check_for_subscriber()
113 describe LDO_WHITELIST Subscribed to the whitelist
114 score  LDO_WHITELIST    -5
115
116 header XXXPRON      subject =~ /\bxxx\b/i
117 score  XXXPRON      8.0
118
119 header __MENTORSRFS1  ToCc =~ /debian-mentors\@lists\.debian\.org/
120 header __MENTORSRFS2   subject =~ /\bRFS\b/
121 meta    MENTORSRFS  (__MENTORSRFS1 && __MENTORSRFS2)
122 describe MENTORSRFS This mail might be a request for sponsorship on mentors
123 score  MENTORSRFS   -0.3
124
125 header __DEVELITP1  ToCc =~ /debian-devel\@lists\.debian\.org/
126 header __DEVELITP2   subject =~ /\bITP:\b/
127 meta    DEVELITP  (__DEVELITP1 && __DEVELITP2)
128 describe MENTORSRFS This mail might be an ITP on d-devel
129 score  MENTORSRFS   -0.3
130