In a small series on rspamd configuration I did back in August last year I had a diagram illustrating the configuration file structure of the then-current rspamd version.
Now that we know the what there is to configure let’s look at the how.
Let’s have a look at rspamd’s default scores. As mentioned, this is kind of a moving target, the scores in the default configuration can in theory change anytime unless you disable rspamd_update, so you should verify a particular score you want to override in your installation.
Updated August, 24th, 2018 We already learned that the choice of modules basically determines which tests rspamd executes in analyzing a message. But what are the modules we can choose from? The official documentation has an alphabetical list but let’s instead approach them differently here.
rspamd is a mighty spam filtering solution but it can be hard to get a grip on its configuration. For this reason I’m starting a small blog posts series to write down a few things I have learned, current for rspamd version 1.7.x.