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I WORK: as software developer in automotive area

I LIKE: Linux, PostgreSQL, C, Perl, PHP, JavaScript, Flex

I LEARN: iOS, Android and WordPress programming:

https://github.com/afarber/ios-newbie/

https://github.com/afarber/android-newbie/

https://github.com/afarber/wp-newbie/

I SPEAK: Russian, German, English

I PLAY: Social games and Battlefield -

http://battlelog.battlefield.com/bf4/soldier/farber72/stats/940728222/ps4/


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comment Sending cron output as a text file attachment
+1 thanks. I've noticed that too, but I have a STDOUT from grep here and not a file. Should I redirect it to a temp file or is there maybe some nice trick (like using - as a pseudo filename)?
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accepted Use postfix and spamassassin packages on CentOS 6 to reject SPAM - without custom users and scripts
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comment Use postfix and spamassassin packages on CentOS 6 to reject SPAM - without custom users and scripts
Really? It says 92AE8809366: discard: header Subject: [SPAM] ...
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comment Use postfix and spamassassin packages on CentOS 6 to reject SPAM - without custom users and scripts
I don't think it's nuts, because I'm trying to follow these 2 guides: debuntu.org/postfix-and-spamassassin-how-to-filter-spam-page-2 and howto.gumph.org/content/run-spamassassin-with-postfix And yes, I'd like to resubmit the mail (but with the rewritten subject - which doesn't work for some reason) - so that I can reject the mail with header_checks (later, don't have it in my config files right now). As for Gmail deferring - of course - that is why I am trying to add Spamassassin in the 1st place. Here is the picture: akadia.com/services/postfix_spamassassin.html
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comment Use postfix and spamassassin packages on CentOS 6 to reject SPAM - without custom users and scripts
But I already have smtpd -o content_filter=spamassassin in the master.cf?
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