Do others see this effect in their maillogs?
Duncan, Brian M.
brian.duncan at kattenlaw.com
Mon Feb 12 20:07:08 CET 2007
> > I hope that makes it more clear.
> OK. Have a look at this setting;
> # If the message sender is on any of the Spam Lists, do you
> still want # to do the SpamAssassin checks? Setting this to
> "no" will reduce the load # on your server, but will stop the
> High Scoring Spam Actions from ever # happening.
> # This can also be the filename of a ruleset.
> Check SpamAssassin If On Spam List = yes
I understand the directives and what they accomplish. (I thought I did
Isn't the log notation missing something still though?
My log for RBL'ed messages says:
to kattenlaw.com is cbl, MAPS-ALL, zen.spamhaus.org
It looks like something needs to come after the "is" other then the RBL
services that were hit.
Something like, is high scoring Spam, cbl, MAPS-ALL, zen.spamhaus.org or
is RBL'ed, cbl, MAPS-ALL, zen.spamhaus.org. Etc..
I was really only asking about this because I wanted to know if others
had the same type of notation in their logs. Since it's cosmetic, and
does not effect my servers I am not that worried about it.
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