The bayes_journal, bayes_seen, bayes_toks are stored on debian under
/var/lib/amavis/.spamassassin, when you run sa-learn as root the default
location for it to store bayes_* is in /root/.spamassassin.
I used sa-learn as root an copied the generated bayes* to
/var/lib/amavis/.spamassassin, and chown amavis:amavis bayes* I did not
want to run postfix and amavis as the same user ID.
If all goes well then amavis/spamassassin should use the
/var/lib/amavis/.spamassassin for checking spam.
I have scripted this as i'm lazy and set it as a cron job to run
Hope this helps.
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