John Bokma MexIT
freelance Perl programmer

Comments: SpamAssassin installation using CPAN


Yesterday I used CPAN to install a more recent version of SpamAssassin. I was using a 2.x version which was extremely outdated, so I removed that one first, manually. After installing using ppm (Perl Package Manager) on Esme her Microsoft Windows XP system I tested the new version with my Castle Amber mail account, which gets quite a lot of unwanted bulk email (spam).

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