For some reason I do have an /etc/mail/spamassassin folder on my CentOS system, I think it may get installed with evolution.
[EDIT] Although thinking back, I may have just copied that folder from from /opt/zimbra and then added the symlink to test the problem.
Before you try the symlink see what this command returns (run as the Zimbra user):
it'll probably fail.:o
sa-learn --dbpath /opt/zimbra/amavisd/.spamassassin/ -p /opt/zimbra/conf/salocal.cf --clear
It does, I get;
'config: could not find site rules directory' again
Anything idea with this Guys as I assume our Junk folders are currently not getting read?
I have also upgraded to 4.5.3 now by the way but this hasn't changed anything.
Anybody got any answer on this please?
I have now added the .spamassassin folder to etc/mail. This did not clear the error but removing the '.' to change it into a normal unhidden folder meant that when running the above sa-learn command I know longer get the error or when running zmtrainsa on my Junk folder.
Do I know just need to symlink to it from opt/zimbra as mentioned in the bug report?
My Junk folder doesn't get cleared though should it?
Each line after being read says 'not flushed'.
reading message email@example.com@192.168.0.28:551 of 551 (2196 header octets) .. (11101 body octets) .......... not flushed