Other bad content detected : Why ?

Glenn Steen glenn.steen at gmail.com
Tue Dec 15 10:33:36 GMT 2009

2009/12/12 Pascal Maes <pascal.maes at elec.ucl.ac.be>:
> Hello
> Could you tell us why the following message has bad contents
> You will find the raw mail queue file stored on the postfix server (DE3D2EB99B) and the message that has been released (38629.msg) but some lines are perhaps been added by the other mta (beetween the postfix server and the mailbox)
> Thanks
> --
> Pascal
Might be that the eacute characters ... aggravate... your file
command. Have you tried stripping it down to the "plain message body",
as found in the queue file (using postcat or similar, to get at it),
then running file on it to see what it says? Note that something seem
to have ... munged ... some of those, so the message you show is
slightly ... wrong, in that regard.

Also, I see that you use clamd-milter, which in turn means that you
use the p-record rewriting.... Might not be the most efficient thing
to do, since that will carry a "body spin-through" penalty. If that is
your only milter, I'd think about using clamd in MailScanner instead.

-- Glenn
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