Message part of white list but marked as MCP how to get rid of
grover1711 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 26 14:01:11 IST 2006
On 7/26/06, Martin Hepworth <martinh at solid-state-logic.com> wrote:
> ankush grover wrote:
> > hey friends,
> > We are running a bug tracking software on the same server on which the
> > Mail Server is hosted. When we enter any bug in that software a mail
> > is sent to the person to whom that bug is assigned. Now the
> > MailScanner is marking these messages as mcp even though we have added
> > the email id through which bug issue mail is sent to the the person in
> > the spam.whitelist.rules but the MailScanner is marking that mail as
> > mcp and the mail is not going to the concerned person rather going to
> > the root account.
> > This is generated by the MailWatch.
> > bugs at example.com ankush at example.com
> > [Project1 0000046]: Problem in Chart Module 2.6Kb 0.00
> > 1.00 W/L MCP
> > You can see this message is part of W/L but marked as MCP.
> > How do we configure MailScanner so that if any type of message is
> > generated by that email id for example bugs at example.com that message
> > should not be marked as spam or mcp ?
> > We are using MailScanner 4.44 with Postfix 2.1.5 on FC3.
> > Please let me know if you need any further inputs.
> > Thanks & Regards
> > Ankush Grover
> Add a ruleset to the MailScanner.conf option "Scan Messages" so that it
> doesn't scan messages from 127.0.0.1..
> Scan Message = %rules-dir%/scan.messages.rules
> and the scan.messages.rules file contains the following..
> From: 127.0.0.1 no
> FromOrTo: Default yes
> and then MS won't scan any messages from it's own computer.
Thanks for the information.
Thanks & Regards
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