[Rspamd-Users] How to configure rspamd to never reject email?

Jef Driesen jefdriesen at hotmail.com
Sat Mar 28 15:35:02 UTC 2020

On 28/03/2020 15:35, André Peters wrote:
>>> Or if you want to disable ist completely:
>>> https://rspamd.com/doc/faq.html#how-can-i-disable-some-rspamd-action
>> I already tried this:
>> # cat local.d/settings.conf
>> some_settings {
>>    apply {
>>      actions {
>>        reject = null;
>>      }
>>    }
>> }
>> But it doesn't seems to work. Mail is still rejected.
>>> https://rspamd.com/doc/faq.html#how-can-i-disable-greylisting
>> This doesn't seems to work either. The module seems to be disabled:
>> # rspamadm configdump -m
>> Modules disabled (explicitly): greylist, url_tags, url_reputation, spamtrap, dcc, mx_check
>> But mails are still getting the "greylist" action when I look at the history in the rspamd web interface.
>> So either I'm doing something wrong, or I'm just misunderstanding how this is supposed to work.
> You are using a settings map without any trigger (rcpt, from,
> authenticated, etc.). The example has "authenticated = true" set as
> trigger.

I removed the "authenticated = true" part because I wanted to always enable 
this, and not just for authenticated users.

> It does not make sense to use a settings map to enable a setting as
> global default anyway.

That's what the FAQ entry suggested, so that's what I tried. I'm not really sure 
I understand the purpose of those settings. I'm just starting to learn rspamd.

> Use actions.conf to set reject = null

# cat local.d/actions.conf
greylist = null;
reject = null;
add_header = 5;

This seems to do the trick. Except when sending the GTUBE test mail. That one is 
still being rejected. Is that a special case, or can "normal" spam still get 
rejected too?

What's the correct way to add the headers with the rspamd score? I already tried 
setting "extended_spam_headers = true", but I only get the "X-Spam: Yes" header.


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