mikael at syska.dk
Sat Apr 26 14:59:47 IST 2008
On Sat, Apr 26, 2008 at 2:57 PM, Hugo van der Kooij
<hvdkooij at vanderkooij.org> wrote:
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> Mikael Syska wrote:
> | I get nothing like that in my maillog ... am I supposed to turn
> something on ?
> Your spouse? ;-)
> But did you test on a bounce message? Your sample shows a normal sender.
This is not me that started this thread, but I just joined in as I
also have some problems. Sorry for hijacking, but I guess it would
help both parts.
I have sendt emails from the box to a not existent user at gmail ...
and get a NDR, when modifying the rules, to not add watermark, it gets
tagged as spam as it should be.
So I guess the rules are working ... when turned the "check" rules off
... and default is "yes" to check null senders, it gets tagged.
> | I got:
> | root [/usr/local/etc/MailScanner/rules]# grep "Debug" ../MailScanner.conf
> | # Set Debug to "yes" to stop it running as a daemon and just process
> | Debug = yes
> | Debug SpamAssassin = yes
> Don't do this. Debugging should be started from the commandline but not
> from the config file.
Well, did both things ... still dont get much output. Not using SA
btw, since this is only a test box ...
> | root [/usr/local/etc/MailScanner/rules]# grep "Water" ../MailScanner.conf
> | # Watermarking
> | Use Watermarking = yes
> | Add Watermark = %rules-dir%/watermarking.add.rules
> | Check Watermarks With No Sender = %rules-dir%/watermarking.check.rules
> Please show these rule files as well.
root [/usr/local/etc/MailScanner/rules]# cat watermarking.add.rules
From: mailtrap.dk yes
FromOrTo: default no
root [/usr/local/etc/MailScanner/rules]# cat watermarking.check.rules
To: mailtrap.dk yes
FromOrTo: default no
> | Treat Invalid Watermarks With No Sender as Spam = spam
> | Check Watermarks To Skip Spam Checks = yes
> | Watermark Secret = %org-name%-something
> | Watermark Lifetime = 604800
> | Watermark Header = X-%org-name%-MailScanner-Watermark:
> | Did I miss something or is it just freebsd that is messing with me ?
> Must be a BSD thing ;-) Boys Searching for Dates shouldn't filter their
> email. But I guess the OS shouldn't matter. Your perl setup might be
> another thing.
I'm also lost here ... and want to be sure its not BSD related, but
could be. Running FreeBSD 7.0 btw if there are other bsd users out
there with the same problem ...
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> >Q: Are you sure?
> >>A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
> >>>Q: Why is top posting frowned upon?
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