Allow a client system to make spam filtering requests.

This command grants access to the SpamAssassin server spamd on some remote system to a client. It generally does not require any parameters, and outputs the IP address and port of the spamd server to use.

If run from the command line or remotely by root the --owner flag must also be given, followed by the name of a system owner who is allowed to provision spam filtering clients.

Example usage

  cloudmin provision-spamd --owner kvmprovision
  OK: host=lentor.home ip= port=783

Command Line Help

cloudmin provision-spam [--remote ip]
                        [--owner name]