Upgrading From an Older Version?
If so, please take the time to read Upgrade
Notes while you're downloading.
The core distribution consists of command line tools to
perform filtering along with Mail::SpamAssassin, a set of perl
modules which allow SpamAssassin to be used in a wide
range of products.
Please create a local copy of the report_template text in a file named
/etc/mail/spamassassin/10_local_report.cf, and modify it
to provide your tech support desk's contact information, instead of the
default. Otherwise your users will be confused, and some may ultimately
contact the SpamAssassin development team, which is not appreciated; we
cannot help them with whitelisting/blacklisting/customisation of settings at
your site, after all. The default report text can be found in the file
The currently selected mirror is http://mirrors.sonic.net/apache/. If you encounter a
problem with this mirror, please select another mirror. If all mirrors are
failing, there are backup mirrors (at the end of the mirrors list) that
should be available.
You may also consult the complete
list of mirrors.
Released version, 3.3.2
Previous Released version, 3.2.5
Fedora, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Scientific Linux users: See SpamTips.org for the latest upgrade directions.
Debian users: install SpamAssassin using:
sudo apt-get install spamassassin
Gentoo Linux users install SpamAssassin using:
sudo emerge mail-filter/spamassassin
BSD users: SpamAssassin is available in BSD package systems under the following names:
Everyone: SpamAssassin can be downloaded from CPAN, as the module
sudo cpan Mail::SpamAssassin
Other stuff regarding released versions
Latest bleeding-edge code
Nightly snapshots of the latest SVN trunk code can be downloaded
These are built nightly from the SVN repository, and may be unstable!
GPG Signing Key
If you want to use GPG to verify the downloads listed above, please use
the SpamAssassin Release GPG Keys to verify them.
Note: GnuPG 1.4.0, and possibly 1.3.x versions, seem to have problems verifying certain signature files, including the type as used for SpamAssassin releases. If you are running an affected version, please verify the code using both MD5 and SHA1 sum values instead, or upgrade GPG.
Old Apache-licensed versions (from version 3.0.0 on) can be downloaded from archive.apache.org. Older, Perl-licensed versions can be found via CPAN.