Difference: SpamAssassin (3 vs. 4)

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  An advantage of letting your client do the filing (i.e., not using the second recipe above) is that it may be able to do things like whitelisting senders from your address book, to which of course SpamAssassin doesn't autmatically have access. The Mac OSX Mail.app is particularly nice for this. There is a setting "Trust spam headers from my ISP" which causes it to use the SpamAssassin output, and there are checkboxes for not junking certain types of messages based on your Address Book.
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If you have a smart mail client, you might find that you would rather not have the string [SPAM] added by SpamAssassin (since although the client might whitelist the message, the subject line will still be munged). To disable this rewriting, add the following to ~/.procmailrc:
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If you have a smart mail client, you might find that you would rather not have the string [SPAM] added by SpamAssassin (since although the client might whitelist the message, the subject line will still be munged). To disable this rewriting, add the following to ~/.spamassassin/user_prefs:
 
    rewrite_header Subject
 
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