On Wed, 2010-06-02 at 10:12 +0200, Mark Wielaard wrote:
So it looks like spamassassin is actually ran on fedorahosted before
mails hit mailman. So I added a header_filter_rules: "X-spam-status:
Yes.*" under Mailman, Privacy options, Spam filters. This seems to weed
out the majority of spam. Hopefully this solves most of the trouble for
now. If too much spam still slips through let me know and I'll see if we
can tweak some more.
There is less spam on the list now, but about half still gets through.
Since my local filters do easily detect those messages as spam I asked
the fedorahosted maintainers to adjust the spamassassin filters so the
other half will also get flagged as spam: