Message rules don't work, but if message forwarded, it does???
ssilva at sgvwater.com
Wed Nov 5 23:18:11 GMT 2008
on 11-5-2008 12:38 PM Chris Barber spake the following:
> 2008/11/5 Chris Barber <cbarber at techquility.net>:
>> Hi All,
>> Having a strange issue, maybe someone has seen this before. I have
>> spam emails that are getting through the server. If a user then
>> that spam message to me, going through the server again, it does get
>> A specific example is this:
>> Message comes through and hit no rules at all.
>> Message is forwarded and hits two URIBL rules for a URL in the
>> Strange thing is that the URL was in the message originally so it
>> have hit the rule.
>> Can anyone help me shed some light onto this?
>> Running MailScanner 4.72.5-1 on CentOS 5
>> Hi Chris,
>> you wouldn't be whitelisting by email address alone, now would you?
>> That would indeed explain such a thing....;-)
>> When you look at it (in the logs etc), make sure you are looking at
>> the envelope sender/recipient(s), since those are the ones MS use...
>> Not the From:/To: headers...
>> -- Glenn
>> email: glenn < dot > steen < at > gmail < dot > com
>> work: glenn < dot > steen < at > ap1 < dot > se
> Thanks for the reply. You had me scared for a second there, but no there
> was no white listing going on. I verified the envelope addresses. This
> issue seems to happen randomly a least a couple times a day to some
> Any other ideas?
Do these messages have anything in common like being posted to many users at once?
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