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This is what caused the problem, in my local.cf:
spampd had been creating that header for me, but I'm not using spampd
anymore, so it was looking for a non-existent header.
Thanks for the help.
Found it by removing my entire /etc/spamassassin and ~/.spamassassin,
noticing the problem went away, then narrowing it down to my local.cf, then
binary searching the local.cf (via head -n x).
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