domain not scanned
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Tue Nov 11 11:35:21 GMT 2008
2008/11/11 Simon Jones <simonmjones at gmail.com>:
> 2008/11/11 Simon Jones <simonmjones at gmail.com>:
>> 2008/11/10 Martin Hepworth <maxsec at gmail.com>:
>>> 2008/11/10 Simon Jones <simonmjones at gmail.com>:
>>>> Hi all, fresh pair of eyes could be the solution but i'm struggling at the mo.
>>>> i have a domain that seems to be being excluded from the spam scan -
>>>> virus scanning is OK though. i've check
>>>> /etc/MailScanner/scan.messages.rules and its not listed in there. the
>>>> recipient and transport tables are good - what else could cause this?
>>>> all other domains are being scanned and everything's working fine.
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>>> whitelisted in the SA config? Are you putting all SA scores etc in all
>>> emails so can see what's going on?
>>> Martin Hepworth
>>> Oxford, UK
> Morning chaps,
> a bit more info - this was working OK and domain has been successfully
> scanned for a number of months but it stopped scanning over the
> weekend. Its a distributed setup (3 servers + db) and it appears that
> all servers are dropping the domain from the scan. S/A scores are
> zero on all scans, there's nothing whitelisted that I can see, I run
> MailWatch and the messages for this domain are all classed as clean.
> The only time i've seen this before is when the domain is listed in
> the /etc/MailScanner/rules/scan.messages.rules file - it is not listed
> in this case though.
> MailScanner --to @tbanda.co.uk or to MailScanner --to
> user at tbanda.co.uk doesn't return anything at all on any of the nodes.
> It seems to be affecting this domain globally but for no apparent
> reason, all others are OK though.
> Domains are stored in a mysql db as are transport maps and users,
> postfix reads from the (seperate) db without any problems.
> I can't see anything in maillog of relevance and a spamassassin -D
> --lint doesn't show any problems, anywhere else i can look?
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Ok so you're definitely getting MS headers in the emails that aren't
scanned, and you're seeing a zero score in the headers (not just
I presume you have these set in MailScanner.conf so you can see what's
Always Include SpamAssassin Report = yes
Spam Score Number Format = yes
SpamScore Number Instead Of Stars = yes
any timeouts in the logs for these emails?
have you tried running a sample set in debug mode?
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