Bob Hoffman wrote:
To answer my own question...
so I edited the file /etc/mail/spamassassin/local.cf
Where localhost.localdomain is your hostname.servername
And it worked.
Sorry, didn't see you'd answered your own question in my previous reply
However, I am concerned about spoofing. I would think that mail agent and
spamassassin would have an 'okay, it's a local user' thing going on.
They do not.
On the internet there are 1000s of posts like mine, asking questions about
this and getting no answers. I hope this helps.
The best method (IMHO) is probably not to accept mail from a non-FQDN in
your MTA. There's no good reason I can think of to accept external mail
Other methods using spamassassin might be to have those mails sent to an
account that shouldn't be filtered anyway (such as postmaster) or to
write a some header/body checks unique to your logwatch mails to make
sure they pass rather than just filtering on the From: sender address.
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