Mails released from spam quarantine ends up back in quarantine

Eduardo Casarero ecasarero at
Thu Apr 23 16:03:36 IST 2009

2009/4/23 jan gestre < at>:
> On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 10:19 PM, Eduardo Casarero <ecasarero at> wrote:
>> 2009/4/23 jan gestre < at>:
>>> Hi Guys,
>>> I'm trying to release some emails that MailScanner mistakenly tagged
>>> as SPAM but after releasing it ends up back in the quarantine. I have
>>> "Quarantine Whole Messages As Queue Files = no" and Spam Action set to
>>> "store forward email at address" in MailScanner.conf, BTW I can't change
>>> the Spam Action as deliver because of the enormous amount of spam in
>>> user's inboxes and I'm getting a mouthful if I revert to that, any
>>> ideas?
>> Do you have "localhost (" in whitelist? so all releases are
>> never spam?
> No, I don't have localhost in whitelist, should I add this? I've read
> in the documentation that adding your own domain is a no-no, I have no
> idea if they are the same.

what i say is that all traffic orginated in localhost (the mailscanner
server) should be whitelisted (not the domain, just, because
you never send spam from localhost (i assume).

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