Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of RecommendedRuleSets


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Nov 20, 2006, 7:12:06 AM (13 years ago)
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dmorton
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  • RecommendedRuleSets

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    2727'''Don't use the BLACKLIST or BLACKLIST_URI rulesets'''--they take up a huge amount of memory, and they're practically obsolete now that the SA blacklist has been moved to a SURBL lookup.  The only circumstance I can think of for using ruleset-based (i.e. static) blacklists/whitelists is when you're not doing any network tests at all--no DNSBL lookups, no SPF, no !DomainKeys, no Razor/Pyzor/DCC/!SpamCop.  Doing it that way saves you from network delays (latency), but of course deprives you of many very useful sources of information.  A static whitelist/blacklist file can be useful in that scenario, provided you keep it up to date.
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     29== saupdate script ==
     30SpamAssassin now has a script to update the core rule called saupdate, and a [http://saupdates.openprotect.com/ SARE] channel has been published.   Do not use both saupdate and RulesDuJour; choose one or the other.
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