spampd 2.51-1 source package in Ubuntu


spampd (2.51-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version 2.51
  * Bumped Standards-Version, no changes needed.

 -- Michael Meskes <email address hidden>  Sun, 20 May 2018 13:07:24 +0200

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Michael Meskes on 2018-05-20
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Cosmic release on 2018-05-20 universe mail


Cosmic: [FULLYBUILT] amd64


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spampd_2.51-1.dsc 1.7 KiB 419a1339b1fd50a29fb9d09ab45e5a5979441c205af0e400ab1e8a8b50867c37
spampd_2.51.orig.tar.gz 210.4 KiB 93cc3ef19ecff224ac00f6c7a0e028f059ec839703329f4567846b750964ac07
spampd_2.51-1.debian.tar.xz 13.5 KiB d6ff4514d4c0e84759c0fdbc4bdc1929b67ca20e041fb8f8ec4555899300ad05

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spampd: spamassassin based SMTP/LMTP proxy daemon

 spampd is an SMTP/LMTP server designed to be hooked into the
 MTA processing chain (e.g. as a content filter). It is
 written in Perl and uses the Net::Server framework. It is
 intended to provide spam filtering at the system level (i.e.
 ususally for all users). If you rely on per-user configuration
 or per-user Bayes databases, spampd is not for you.
 The major advantage of spampd over plain SpamAssassin (both
 directly and through spamd) is that it doesn't need to load
 all needed perl modules on every invocation or spawn
 a C programme for every mail it receives. Compared to using
 spamc/spamd, spampd can usually provide a 25% performance
 increase with local-only tests.
 The advantage of spampd over amavisd-new is that it uses the
 original SpamAssassin header tags, which are more verbose than
 the tags which amavisd-new provides. This allows easier
 filtering in the mail client and easier tuning of SpamAssassin.