I want to gradually fade out my spamassassin setup, replacing it with rspamd and I am currently one step away from activating the milter that will actually forward mails to my rspamd instance.

Before I do that I would like to test if rspamd is accidentally being too conservative or too lax. I have modified spam_header in local.d/worker-proxy.inc so it wont override spamassassins output and I upped the reject actions threshold to 30. While this should do it in theory, it would be nice to never reject any mails, just to be on the safe side.

Is there a way to instruct rspamd to never reject mails and only set the spam headers?

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You can set reject to null in /etc/rspamd/override.d/actions.conf:

# /etc/rspamd/override.d/actions.conf
reject = null;

On older versions of rspamd this had to be done in /etc/rspamd/override.d/metrics.conf and before version 1.6 there was spamd_never_reject

The current way to achieve this can be found here.

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