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SA-AWL(1)		       User Contributed Perl Documentation			SA-AWL(1)

NAME
       sa-awl - examine and manipulate SpamAssassin's auto-whitelist db

SYNOPSIS
       sa-awl [--clean] [--min n] [dbfile]

DESCRIPTION
       Check or clean a SpamAssassin auto-whitelist (AWL) database file.

       The name of the file is specified after any options, as "dbfile".  The default is
       "$HOME/.spamassassin/auto-whitelist".

OPTIONS
       --clean
	   Clean out infrequently-used AWL entries.  The "--min" switch can be used to select the
	   threshold at which entries are kept or deleted.

       --min n
	   Select the threshold at which entries are kept or deleted when "--clean" is used.  The
	   default is 2, so entries that have only been seen once are deleted.

OUTPUT
       The output looks like this:

	    AVG  (TOTSCORE/COUNT)  --  EMAIL|ip=IPBASE

       For example:

	    0.0 	(0.0/7)  --  dawson@example.com|ip=208.192
	   21.8        (43.7/2)  --  mcdaniel_2s2000@example.com|ip=200.106

       "AVG" is the average score;  "TOTSCORE" is the total score of all mails seen so far;
       "COUNT" is the number of messages seen from that sender;  "EMAIL" is the sender's email
       address, and "IPBASE" is the AWL base IP address.

       AWL base IP address is a way to identify the sender's IP address they frequently send
       from, in an approximate way, but remaining hard for spammers to spoof.  The algorithm is
       as follows:

	 - take the last Received header that contains a public IP address -- namely
	   one which is not in private, unrouted IP space.

	 - chop off the last two octets, assuming that the user may be in an ISP's
	   dynamic address pool.

perl v5.16.3				    2014-06-10					SA-AWL(1)
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