Some messages not being spam scanned?
andy at WILDBRAIN.COM
Thu Jan 15 01:06:18 GMT 2004
I removed the Infinite-Monkeys RBL.
But I still get occasional messages with no Spam header as if
MailScanners skipped it.. and I don't see any SpamAssassin timeout
messages in the logs.
Any other thoughts?
Julian Field wrote:
> Stop using Infinite-Monkeys. I don't think it exists any more.
> At 18:59 14/01/2004, you wrote:
>> I do have lots of "timed out" messages from MailScanner in my maillog,
>> but they are all RBL Check timeouts l ike so:
>> Jan 14 03:01:18 hermes MailScanner: RBL Check ORDB-RBL timed out
>> and was killed, consecutive failure 1 of 7
>> Jan 14 03:02:10 hermes MailScanner: RBL Check Infinite-Monkeys
>> timed out and was killed, consecutive failure 1 of 7
>> But it's never consecutive enough to disable those RBL checks for good..
>> I don't see any "timed out" messages for SpamAssassin...
>> Could these RBL timeouts cause MailScanner to skip the spamassassin test?
>> Peter Bonivart wrote:
>>> I know it's not because of the HABEAS headers because I get those as
>>> well as the SA report. Could it be that you had a timeout from SA? Look
>>> for "timed out" in your mail log.
>>> /Peter Bonivart
>>> --Unix lovers do it in the Sun
>>> Sun Fire V210, Solaris 9, Sendmail 8.12.10, MailScanner 4.25-14,
>>> SpamAssassin 2.61 + DCC 1.2.21, ClamAV 0.65 + GMP
>>> Andy Moran wrote:
>>>> One of our users suggested that perhaps MailScanner
>>>> honored those Habeus headers.. I was almost insulted at the
>>>> Is there any way I can figure out why MailScanner isn't giving these a
>>>> spam score?
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