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Anti Spam Checking Function - Email Spam Scoring - Spam Assassin Configuration - Issue

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03-05-2021

Hi Team,

 

 As our adobe campaign application(on-premise) servers working under RHEL, we followed the steps from the following link for our lower environment servers.

 

https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/campaign-classic/using/installing-campaign-classic/additiona...

cpan Digest::SHA1

cpan HTML::Parser

cpan Net::DNS

cpan Mail::SPF

cpan XML::LibXML

cpan XML::Writer

cpan Mail::SpamAssassin

 

After implementing the above steps, changes are not reflected under the adobe campaign client console level. It says "EMAIL SPAM SCORING -  The function is not configured" under Anti Spam score section of any email delivery(preview > more > anti spam checking).

 

Is there any steps further we need to do apart from the steps mentioned from the link?

 

Looking forward to see some solution on it.

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Hi,

 

Alter instance conf or serverConf.xml, setting this param to spamcheck.pl's path:

<spamCheck command="perl
/usr/local/[NSTALL]/nl6/bin/spamcheck.pl"/>

 

Thanks,

-Jon