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    I have the following lines in salocal.cf.in and am wondering if they should be changed to something else, or if this is just the syntax used in the file. The lines are:

    %%uncomment VAR:zimbraMtaMyNetworks%%trusted_networks %%zimbraMtaMyNetworks%%
    %%uncomment VAR:zimbraMtaAntiSpamLockMethod%%lock_method %%zimbraMtaAntiSpamLockMethod%%

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    %%uncomment LOCAL:antispam_mysql_enabled%%bayes_store_module Mail::SpamAssassin::BayesStore::MySQL
    %%uncomment LOCAL:antispam_mysql_enabled%%bayes_sql_dsn DBI:mysql:zimbra_antispam:host=@@antispam_mysql_ho st@@ort=@@antispam_mysql_port@@
    %%uncomment LOCAL:antispam_mysql_enabled%%bayes_sql_username @@antispam_mysql_user@@
    %%uncomment LOCAL:antispam_mysql_enabled%%bayes_sql_password @@antispam_mysql_password@@

    Thanks!

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    That is the syntax for that file and anything that has ".cf.in" is used to build the correct ".cf" file - if you look at salocal.cf you'll see the file it's created. Why do you think they should be changed? Is there some sort of problem on your server?
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    That is the syntax for that file and anything that has ".cf.in" is used to build the correct ".cf" file - if you look at salocal.cf you'll see the file it's created. Why do you think they should be changed? Is there some sort of problem on your server?
    I was trying to track down my spamassassin stats and tokens now that they are stored in a mysql db instead of the berkley db default and haven't figured out how to view those stats.

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