When running "sa-learn --spam <mailbox path>" do I need to preface this with "su amavis -c"? Since we are using amavis with spamassassin, do things like sa-learn and sa-update need to be ran as the amavis user? When I run "/usr/bin/sa-learn --spam /var/vmail/*/*/Maildir/.Junk/*/*" I get back "Learned tokens from 19 message(s) (5039 message(s) examined)". If I run "su amavis -c '/usr/bin/sa-learn --spam /var/vmail/*/*/Maildir/.Junk/*/*'" I get back "Learned tokens from 0 message(s) (0 message(s) examined)" Can someone clear up whether the amavis user needs to be specified for commands such as sa-learn and sa-update to affect the scoring of incoming mail? Thank you.