razor-agents (5) - Linux Man Pages
razor-agents: Collection of files for checking, reporting, and revoking
Razor-Agents - Collection of files for checking, reporting, and revoking spam
DESCRIPTIONVipul's Razor is a distributed, collaborative, spam detection, reporting, and filtering network. The primary focus of the system is to identify and remove all email spam from the internet. Visit the website at http://razor.sourceforge.net/.
USAGEFirst a razorhome directory should be created where log, conf, and cached server information will live. This is done via "-create" option to razor-admin(1). See man page for details.
You can immediately check spam using razor-check(1). See man page for details.
CONFIGURATIONAll Razor-Agents share a configuration file. The contents of the configuration file are detailed in the razor-agent.conf(5) manpage.
Config file is computed before razorhome, in the following order:
-conf=/path/file.conf used if readable, else <home>/.razor/razor-agent.conf used if readable, else /etc/razor/razor-agent.conf used if readable, else all defaults are used.
To see configuration defaults, do
All Razor-Agents also share a razorhome directory, where identity, logging,
and cached information about servers is stored.
Razorhome is computed after configuration file, in the following order.
-home=/tmp/razor/ used if readable, else
'razorhome' from configuration file used if readable, else
<home>/.razor/ used if readable, else
<home>/.razor/ is created. if that fails,
NOTE: If there is no razorhome, razor-report and razor-revoke will
not work unless you specify -ident=/path/identity
razor-check will still work.
Besides those listed at the end with their own manpages, Razor Agents
also has the following files.
Vipul Ved Prakash, <mail [at] vipul.net> and Chad Norwood <chad [at] samo.org>