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dspam_admin(1)							       DSPAM							    dspam_admin(1)

NAME
dspam_admin - Alter DSPAM users preferences SYNOPSIS
dspam_admin [--profile=PROFILE] [function] [argument] DESCRIPTION
dspam_admin is used to alter DSPAM user's preferences. OPTIONS
Add a Preference: add preference [user] [attrib] [value] Set/change a Preference: change preference [user] [attrib] [value] Delete a Preference: delete preference [user] [attrib] [value] List Preferences: list preference [user] [attrib] [value] Aggregate Preferences: aggregate preference [user] Use default as username to modify the default (uid 0) user preference. EXIT VALUE
0 Operation was successful. other Operation resulted in an error. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2002-2011 DSPAM Project All rights reserved. For more information, see http://dspam.sourceforge.net. SEE ALSO
dspam(1), dspam_clean(1), dspam_crc(1), dspam_dump(1), dspam_logrotate(1), dspam_merge(1), dspam_stats(1), dspam_train(1) DSPAM
Jan 03, 2010 dspam_admin(1)

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dspam_logrotate(1)						       DSPAM							dspam_logrotate(1)

NAME
dspam_logrotate - Rotate DSPAM logfiles SYNOPSIS
dspam_logrotate -a age [-v] [[-l [logfile]]|[-d [dir]]] DESCRIPTION
dspam_logrotate can be used to rotate DSPAM system log and/or the user logs. OPTIONS
-a age All log entries older than 'age' days will be removed. -v Print verbose output. -l logfile A list of one or more files to process. -d dir The home directory of DSPAM or the root path where user logs are located. EXIT VALUE
0 Operation was successful. other Operation resulted in an error. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2002-2011 DSPAM Project All rights reserved. For more information, see http://dspam.sourceforge.net. SEE ALSO
dspam(1), dspam_admin(1), dspam_clean(1), dspam_crc(1), dspam_dump(1), dspam_merge(1), dspam_stats(1), dspam_train(1) DSPAM
Apr 17, 2010 dspam_logrotate(1)
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