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SPAMASSASSIN-RUN(1)	       User Contributed Perl Documentation	      SPAMASSASSIN-RUN(1)

NAME
       spamassassin - simple front-end filtering script for SpamAssassin

SYNOPSIS
       spamassassin [options] [ < mailmessage | path ... ]

       spamassassin -d [ < mailmessage | path ... ]

       spamassassin -r [ < mailmessage | path ... ]

       spamassassin -k [ < mailmessage | path ... ]

       spamassassin -W|-R [ < mailmessage | path ... ]

       Options:

	-L, --local			  Local tests only (no online tests)
	-r, --report			  Report message as spam
	-k, --revoke			  Revoke message as spam
	-d, --remove-markup		  Remove spam reports from a message
	-C path, --configpath=path, --config-file=path
					  Path to standard configuration dir
	-p prefs, --prefspath=file, --prefs-file=file
					  Set user preferences file
	--siteconfigpath=path		  Path for site configs
					  (def: /etc/mail/spamassassin)
	--cf='config line'		  Additional line of configuration
	-x, --nocreate-prefs		  Don't create user preferences file
	-e, --exit-code 		  Exit with a non-zero exit code if the
					  tested message was spam
	--mbox				  read in messages in mbox format
	--mbx				  read in messages in UW mbx format
	-t, --test-mode 		  Pipe message through and add extra
					  report to the bottom
	--lint				  Lint the rule set: report syntax errors
	-W, --add-to-whitelist		  Add addresses in mail to persistent address whitelist
	--add-to-blacklist		  Add addresses in mail to persistent address blacklist
	-R, --remove-from-whitelist	  Remove all addresses found in mail from
					  persistent address list
	--add-addr-to-whitelist=addr	  Add addr to persistent address whitelist
	--add-addr-to-blacklist=addr	  Add addr to persistent address blacklist
	--remove-addr-from-whitelist=addr Remove addr from persistent address list
	--ipv4only, --ipv4-only, --ipv4   Disable attempted use of ipv6 for DNS
	--progress			  Print progress bar
	-D, --debug [area=n,...]	  Print debugging messages
	-V, --version			  Print version
	-h, --help			  Print usage message

DESCRIPTION
       spamassassin is a simple front-end filter for SpamAssassin.

       Using the SpamAssassin rule base, it uses a wide range of heuristic tests on mail headers
       and body text to identify "spam", also known as unsolicited bulk email.	Once identified,
       the mail is then tagged as spam for later filtering using the user's own mail user-agent
       application.

       The default tagging operations that take place are detailed in "TAGGING" in spamassassin.

       By default, message(s) are read in from STDIN (< mailmessage), or from specified files and
       directories (path ...)  STDIN and files are assumed to be in file format, with a single
       message per file.  Directories are assumed to be in a format where each file in the
       directory contains only one message (directories are not recursed and filenames containing
       whitespace or beginning with "." or "," are skipped).  The options --mbox and --mbx can
       override the assumed format, see the appropriate OPTION information below.

       Please note that SpamAssassin is not designed to scan large messages. Don't feed messages
       larger than about 500 KB to SpamAssassin, as this will consume a huge amount of memory.

OPTIONS
       -e, --error-code, --exit-code
	   Exit with a non-zero error code, if the message is determined to be spam.

       -h, --help
	   Print help message and exit.

       -V, --version
	   Print version and exit.

       -t, --test-mode
	   Test mode.  Pipe message through and add extra report.  Note that the report text
	   assumes that the message is spam, since in normal use it is only visible in this case.
	   Pay attention to the score instead.

	   If you run this with -d, the message will first have SpamAssassin markup removed
	   before being tested.

       -r, --report
	   Report this message as manually-verified spam.  This will submit the mail message read
	   from STDIN to various spam-blocker databases.  Currently, these are the Distributed
	   Checksum Clearinghouse "http://www.rhyolite.com/anti-spam/dcc/", Pyzor
	   "http://pyzor.sourceforge.net/", Vipul's Razor "http://razor.sourceforge.net/", and
	   SpamCop "http://www.spamcop.net/".

	   If the message contains SpamAssassin markup, the markup will be stripped out
	   automatically before submission.  The support modules for DCC, Pyzor, and Razor must
	   be installed for spam to be reported to each service.  SpamCop reports will have
	   greater effect if you register and set the "spamcop_to_address" option.

	   The message will also be submitted to SpamAssassin's learning systems; currently this
	   is the internal Bayesian statistical-filtering system (the BAYES rules).  (Note that
	   if you only want to perform statistical learning, and do not want to report mail to
	   third-parties, you should use the "sa-learn" command directly instead.)

       -k, --revoke
	   Revoke this message.  This will revoke the mail message read from STDIN from various
	   spam-blocker databases.  Currently, these are Vipul's Razor.

	   Revocation support for the Distributed Checksum Clearinghouse, Pyzor, and SpamCop is
	   not currently available.

	   If the message contains SpamAssassin markup, the markup will be stripped out
	   automatically before submission.  The support modules for Razor must be installed for
	   spam to be revoked from the service.

	   The message will also be submitted as 'ham' (non-spam) to SpamAssassin's learning
	   systems; currently this is the internal Bayesian statistical-filtering system (the
	   BAYES rules).  (Note that if you only want to perform statistical learning, and do not
	   want to report mail to third-parties, you should use the "sa-learn" command directly
	   instead.)

       --lint
	   Syntax check (lint) the rule set and configuration files, reporting typos and rules
	   that do not compile correctly.  Exits with 0 if there are no errors, or greater than 0
	   if any errors are found.

       -W, --add-to-whitelist
	   Add all email addresses, in the headers and body of the mail message read from STDIN,
	   to a persistent address whitelist.  Note that you must be running "spamassassin" or
	   "spamd" with a persistent address list plugin enabled for this to work.

       --add-to-blacklist
	   Add all email addresses, in the headers and body of the mail message read from STDIN,
	   to the persistent address blacklist.  Note that you must be running "spamassassin" or
	   "spamd" with a persistent address list plugin enabled for this to work.

       -R, --remove-from-whitelist
	   Remove all email addresses, in the headers and body of the mail message read from
	   STDIN, from a persistent address list. STDIN must contain a full email message, so to
	   remove a single address you should use --remove-addr-from-whitelist instead.

	   Note that you must be running "spamassassin" or "spamd" with a persistent address list
	   plugin enabled for this to work.

       --add-addr-to-whitelist
	   Add the named email address to a persistent address whitelist.  Note that you must be
	   running "spamassassin" or "spamd" with a persistent address list plugin enabled for
	   this to work.

       --add-addr-to-blacklist
	   Add the named email address to a persistent address blacklist.  Note that you must be
	   running "spamassassin" or "spamd" with a persistent address list plugin enabled for
	   this to work.

       --remove-addr-from-whitelist
	   Remove the named email address from a persistent address whitelist.	Note that you
	   must be running "spamassassin" or "spamd" with a persistent address list plugin
	   enabled for this to work.

	--ipv4only, --ipv4-only, --ipv4
	   Do not use IPv6 for DNS tests. Normally, SpamAssassin will try to detect if IPv6 is
	   available, using only IPv4 if it is not. Use if the existing tests for IPv6
	   availability produce incorrect results or crashes.

       -L, --local
	   Do only the ''local'' tests, ones that do not require an internet connection to
	   operate.  Normally, SpamAssassin will try to detect whether you are connected to the
	   net before doing these tests anyway, but for faster checks you may wish to use this.

	   Note that SpamAssassin's network rules are run in parallel.	This can cause overhead
	   in terms of the number of file descriptors required if --local is not used; it is
	   recommended that the minimum limit on fds be raised to at least 256 for safety.

       -d, --remove-markup
	   Remove SpamAssassin markup (the "SpamAssassin results" report, X-Spam-Status headers,
	   etc.) from the mail message.  The resulting message, which will be more or less
	   identical to the original, pre-SpamAssassin input, will be output to STDOUT.

	   (Note: the message will not be exactly identical; some headers will be reformatted due
	   to some features of the Mail::Internet package, but the body text will be.)

       -C path, --configpath=path, --config-file=path
	   Use the specified path for locating the distributed configuration files.  Ignore the
	   default directories (usually "/usr/share/spamassassin" or similar).

       --siteconfigpath=path
	   Use the specified path for locating site-specific configuration files.  Ignore the
	   default directories (usually "/etc/mail/spamassassin" or similar).

       --cf='config line'
	   Add additional lines of configuration directly from the command-line, parsed after the
	   configuration files are read.   Multiple --cf arguments can be used, and each will be
	   considered a separate line of configuration.  For example:

		   spamassassin -t --cf="body NEWRULE /text/" --cf="score NEWRULE 3.0"

       -p prefs, --prefspath=prefs, --prefs-file=prefs
	   Read user score preferences from prefs (usually "$HOME/.spamassassin/user_prefs").

       --progress
	   Prints a progress bar (to STDERR) showing the current progress.  This option will only
	   be useful if you are redirecting STDOUT (and not STDERR).  In the case where no valid
	   terminal is found this option will behave very much like the --showdots option in
	   other SpamAssassin programs.

       -D [area,...], --debug [area,...]
	   Produce debugging output. If no areas are listed, all debugging information is
	   printed. Diagnostic output can also be enabled for each area individually; area is the
	   area of the code to instrument. For example, to produce diagnostic output on bayes,
	   learn, and dns, use:

		   spamassassin -D bayes,learn,dns

	   Higher priority informational messages that are suitable for logging in normal
	   circumstances are available with an area of "info".

	   For more information about which areas (also known as channels) are available, please
	   see the documentation at:

		   L<http://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/DebugChannels>

       -x, --nocreate-prefs
	   Disable creation of user preferences file.

       --mbox
	   Specify that the input message(s) are in mbox format.  mbox is a standard Unix message
	   folder format.

       --mbx
	   Specify that the input message(s) are in UW .mbx format.  mbx is the mailbox format
	   used within the University of Washington's IMAP implementation; see
	   "http://www.washington.edu/imap/".

SEE ALSO
       sa-learn(1) spamd(1) spamc(1) Mail::SpamAssassin::Conf(3) Mail::SpamAssassin(3)

PREREQUISITES
       "Mail::SpamAssassin"

BUGS
       See <http://issues.apache.org/SpamAssassin/>

AUTHORS
       The SpamAssassin(tm) Project <http://spamassassin.apache.org/>

COPYRIGHT
       SpamAssassin is distributed under the Apache License, Version 2.0, as described in the
       file "LICENSE" included with the distribution.

perl v5.16.3				    2011-06-06			      SPAMASSASSIN-RUN(1)
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