Migrating spamassassin white/black list and body,subject & full rules to ISPConfig

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by Manu19, Mar 25, 2019.

  1. Manu19

    Manu19 New Member

    Hello, I am migrating an old server where I have installed xmail with spamassassin. On this server I have some .cf files with blacklists, whitelist, and rules for subject, body, etc.

    My question is if I can use these files on the new server with Ispconfig amavis (spamassassin).

    If so, where can I place those .cf files
    If not, how can I put a domain in the whitelist so I not have to repeat it in my clients' domains one by one?

    Thank you for your cooperation.
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    I think that should be possible. Amavis loads spamassasin internally, so you can place your custom spamassassin config files in /etc/spamassasin/.... (don't know the exact place, you might have to look it up depending on the server os, its not ispconfig or amavis specific). Then restart amavis to apply the changes.
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  3. Manu19

    Manu19 New Member

    I place those files on /etc/spamassassin like my older server.
    When I restart amavis did spamassassin --lint and no problem.
    I'll review and test to confirm that all is ok.
    Thank you till.
  4. Manu19

    Manu19 New Member

    I respected the SA configuration files that the ISPconfig installation did and I only copied my .cf files with the rules that I had worked on for years on the old server.
    Everything is working well.
    I prefer to keep recording the rule in those .cf files since I am used to editing them in text and they are also common rules for all domains.

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