scanning rules

Julian Field MailScanner at
Thu Nov 15 09:55:53 GMT 2007

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eclipsem at wrote:
> Then what is the point of all the starting spam checks and starting virus scanning log entries,
> thats fine here on local messages, but does not answer the main issue we have on our script generated messages where it does in fact add the headers to the email and clearly ignores the whitelists
> Are you the programmer of mailscanner? if not how about you leave this for him or her to answer
Excuse me, but we have rules on manners around here. This guy is trying 
very hard to help you out, and he is very experienced with MailScanner. 
If you don't want his help, then what are you doing here? This list is 
for everyone to help out each other. If you want to only talk to me, 
then that's just fine. I charge £200 per hour for commercial tech 
support. I do accept cheques ("checks" in the USA), or you can pay me 
via credit card into my Paypal account.

If you don't want help from those here who are willing to help you out 
as best as they can, for free, then I suggest you don't ask here.

Best regards,


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