mailscanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Wed Feb 5 10:49:42 GMT 2003
At 08:03 05/02/2003, you wrote:
>I've set "Spam Checks" to a rules file:
>Spam Checks = /opt/MailScanner/etc/rules/spam.check.rules
>and here's the content of the rules file:
>From: 128.114. no
Is all the mail from the outside world hitting a server in 128.114 first (a
proxy perhaps), which then sends it onto your MailScanner server? Try
taking out this rule and see what happens...
>From: *@*.ucsc.edu no
>From: *@ucsc.edu no
>FromTo: default yes
>What I want: if it's from our domain/network, don't scan it for spam.
> Otherwise, do scan it for spam.
>What I'm getting: nothing is getting scanned for spam.
> (but, when I just had "yes" instead of a rule file, spam scanning was
> doing just fine)
>What have I done wrong?
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