Description of problem:
The spamassassin out of the box doesn't work very well, in particular it has no
plugins (say DCC) and is very slow. I suggest that you provide a
redhat-config-spamd that provides a few basic options:
- Turn on or off network checking. With training -L spamds can be quite
effective and are loads faster.
- Set timeouts for RBL, razor, DCC, etc. if they're included in the first place.
- Allow server admins to setup a globally shared training file for Bayes tests
(this might be significantly trickier w/o knowing the config of the mail spool
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