I have gotten Spamassassin re-installed and working. It had stopped working. I am using global setting through the configuration link. Where is spamassassin placing these global user prefs? If I set the individual setting they go under ftp/pub/... but I can not find the global settings. I have looked in /usr/local/perl/share/spamassassin/, /etc/mail/spamassassin and /home/user/.spamassassin, and /.spamassassin. I would like to add some body and header rules globally. /.spamassassin shows a user_prefs but it has no uncommented or altered entries. I know they are there because it is tagging at a lower threshold and my black and white lists are being used.
Also since the re- install Procmail in not processing the Spamassassin block. I keep ending up with all the spam delivered into my inbox. My procmailrc is located in /etc/procmail and is otherwise working, I have test rules and they are functioning. My spam block is as follows. Right now I have change the 10* + statement to send mail to spammail so I will see it is doing what I want normally I have it set at /dev/null
# SPAMASSASSIN BLOCK
# The condition line ensures that only messages smaller than 250 kB
# (250 * 1024 = 256000 bytes) are processed by SpamAssassin. Most spam
# isn't bigger than a few k and working with big messages can bring
# SpamAssassin to its knees.
* ! ^FROM_DAEMON
* < 256000
:0 fw: /var/lock/spamassassin.lock
#10 stars or more...
# 5 to 9 stars...
# END SPAMASSASSIN BLOCK