drew at THEMARSHALLS.CO.UK
Tue Mar 15 09:33:53 GMT 2005
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Frank Louwers said:
> On Tue, Mar 15, 2005 at 09:18:32AM -0000, Drew Marshall wrote:
>> Jason said:
>> > Hi,
>> > But 18.104.22.168 is the client (outlook express), not the email
>> > server.
>> > The client is sending email through the server by smtp auth.
>> > Jason
>> That won't make any difference. The client is establishing a SMTP
>> connection to the server and so it's IP address will be checked.
>> will often fake the client so all SMTP connections have to be checked.
> Not realy. You should run auth-smtp on a different port (tcp/587) and
> ONLY run auth-smtp on that port, no regular smtp. That way, you can
> configure the MTA on 587 not to do special checks (blacklist checks).
But the mail is not being bounced but tagged as spam in MS. If the RBL
checks are set in MailScanner then messages from that IP address will
always be marked as spam. Better still as Martin suggested is to remove
all RBLs from MailScanner and let SpamAssassin check them. This won't mean
that there isn't a chance that the message is tagged but it's less likely.
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