EDIT As this thread expands into it's 8th page it's taking on a life of its own - which is good. But, many who are starting the installation now are doing so without reading the whole thread, and running into problems that were already solved. This is not the easiest install to do. It involves a lot of programs, a lot of configuration, and attention to detail, but it's not difficult unless you miss some critical step. So, do yourself a favor, and read ALL of this post before you start, make notes on key discoveries, and if you have problems, come back here and read this thread again. Learn from all the others who have done this and don't re-invent the wheel. This is driving me nuts! I have installed Spamassassin on my Plesk 2.5.1 box (in conjunction with rblsmtpd and Odeiavir - I really hate viruses and spam), and I'm struggling with getting it to add the score and spam detection messages to the email. Following what was suggested here (and worked before) for Odeiavir, I created this .qmail file (I'm running the daemon "spamd" and the client "spamc" but the same problem happens if I try the perl script): | /usr/bin/odeiavir | spamc -f | true ./Maildir/ This passes email correctly, and spamc logs the Spamassassin score and scanning results to /var/log/maillog, but it doesn't add the information to the email. But, if I pass a known spam test email through Spamassassin (cat sample-spam.txt | spamc), spamc outputs a modified email with the score and warning to stdout as I would expect, so it is working. I figure this is some subtle issue with the .qmail file but I can't figure it out. I even took a message that I sent myself (which didn't get the Spamassassin report added to it) and passed it through spamc and these lines were correctly added (and should have been present in the email as delivered): X-Spam-Status: No, hits=0.0 required=5.0 tests= version=2.20 X-Spam-Level: Does anybody have this working that could share the solution with me?? Please??