Bad message?

Mike Allen mja at FAMILYRADIO.ORG
Thu Nov 6 21:19:04 GMT 2003

Furnish, Trever G wrote:

>More likely you made a mistake in your whitelist file, since that's the
>source of the '(whitelisted)' message.  Check the value of the "Is
>Definitely Not Spam" variable and then check the contents of the file it
>points to.  You'll probably discover that the sender address matches
>something in that whitelist.
It was in the 'whitelist'.  I confused the actuall meaning of "yes" and
"no".  Everything
works fine now.

Thanks for your help.


>When check the "sender address", be sure that the address in question is the
>one in your mail log, NOT the one in the From field of the message headers -
>they may be the same, but they may also be different, and only the one
>logged by sendmail really matters.
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Mike Allen [mailto:mja at FAMILYRADIO.ORG]
>>Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2003 7:02 PM
>>Subject: Bad message?
>>To List:
>>Following is a header excerpt that I get from offensive Spam email:
>>     X-MailScanner-SpamCheck:
>>not spam (whitelisted), SpamAssassin (score=3.639, required 2,
>>Why does it say 'not spam (whitelisted)'.  The source of this email is
>>not on any 'whitelist' that
>>I know about.  Furthermore there is no modification of the
>>Subject line
>>indicating anything
>>wrong with the email.  I must have made a mistake in

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