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I have some rules in my local.cfg file with some addresses defined as blacklist_to. However, I keep getting spam for these addresses -- or rather any email whatsoever.

How can I test spamassassin to see why it keeps accepting said emails?

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You can feed an arbitrary message to spamassassin by piping it to spamc -R. You'll get a spamassassin report on your message that looks like

1.5/5.0
1.5 : -0.0 NO_RELAYS              Informational: message was not relayed via SMTP
 0.1 MISSING_MID            Missing Message-Id: header
-0.0 NO_RECEIVED            Informational: message has no Received headers
 1.4 MISSING_DATE           Missing Date: header

The first line is the score of the message and the threshold score for messages to be considered spam.

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  • Do you not mean spamassassin -D -t < msg? In any case, there is no mention of blacklist_to in the debug information. Jun 21, 2013 at 12:04
  • I use spamc because it's shorter to type :) but you do need the spamc package installed.
    – Flup
    Jun 21, 2013 at 12:43
  • Still does not answer the fact that there is no blacklist_to debug information. Jun 21, 2013 at 12:47

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