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 +==== Spamassassin service ====
 +If you choose this service, a new dialog is opened. Fill at least in the required fields, then //Save//:
 +=== Spam tagging ===
 +  * **Rewrite header**: STRING to indicate that a message is spam.
 +  * **Required score**: Select required score to tag mail as spam.
 +  * **Trusted networks**: Add networks or hosts that you consider are '​trusted'​ in your setup, this means that relay hosts on these networks are considered to not be potentially operated by spammers, open relays, or open proxies.
 +=== Flags ===
 +  * **Enable use of bayes filtering**:​ Whether to use the naive-Bayesian-style classifier built into SpamAssassin. ​
 +  * **Enable bayes auto learning**: Whether SpamAssassin should automatically feed high-scoring mails (or low-scoring mails, for non-spam) into its learning systems, in naive-Bayesian-style classifier.
 +  * **Enable RBL checks**: Whether to enable RBL checks.
 +  * **Enable use of Razor**: Whether to use [[http://​wiki.apache.org/​spamassassin/​InstallingRazor|Razor]].
 +  * **Enable use of DDC**: Whether to use [[http://​wiki.apache.org/​spamassassin/​InstallingDCC|DDC]].
 +  * **Enable use of Pyzor**: Whether to use [[http://​wiki.apache.org/​spamassassin/​InstallingPyzor|Pyzor]].
 +=== Rules ===
 +  * **Edit spam rule**: Edit and add new spam rules.
 +==== ====
 +Click on //OK// when you have finished:
 +Now, in services column, you can see the spamassassin icon:
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