[Rspamd-Users] Recently migrated from spamassassin to rspamd, open issues

dunc a.16bit.sysop at gmail.com
Thu Feb 20 21:13:53 UTC 2020

To check what is enabled you can do an rspamadm configwizard

It list modules and if disabled or not, then quit without changing anything.

I think the header string would be the milter_headers module.

On Thu, 20 Feb 2020, 20:26 Michael Grimm, <trashcan at ellael.org> wrote:

> Hi,
> I am running a private mailserver serving a handful of users, only and
> with an average of 500 mails, daily. Pretty low traffic, though. MTA is
> postfix, MDA is dovecot, both running in a FreeBSD jail. Rspamd is
> triggered via milter from postfix, besides clamav.
> I did recently migrate from SA to rspamd, because I wanted to learn some
> new software ;-) The basic installation of rspamd and redis and basic
> configuration went smoothly. I did not use the builtin GUI for
> configuration, just editing config files at the shell.
> But I do have some issues left, that I cannot find in the documentation or
> elsewhere:
> #) How can I set the "X-Rspamd-Server: <hostname>" to an user defined
> string?
> #) Is there an easy way to find out, which filters/modules are currently
> active/enabled? [1]
> [1]:
> Only a few modules have a "(mumble_)enabled = false/true", most of the
> modules have not such a setting defined.
> Is it correct to assume that lacking such a setting stands for
> "(mumble_)enabled = false"?
> #) Is there an easy way to tell rspamd that all filters/modules are
> "enabled = false" per default, and opt-in for those wanted, like e.g.:
> modules_default_enabled = false;
> modules_enabled = [a,b,c,…];
> Thanks in advance and with kind regards,
> Michael
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