Mailscanner & redirected mail
devonharding at gmail.com
Tue Jun 9 21:32:41 IST 2009
On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 1:01 PM, Devon Harding <devonharding at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 11:20 AM, Steve Freegard <steve.freegard at fsl.com>wrote:
>> Devon Harding wrote:
>> > Ok, here's my dilemma. My ISP has blocked port 25 on my connection, so
>> > I'm forced to have my DNS provider (EasyDNS) redirect all my email to
>> > port 2525. This works fine, the only problem now is I'm seeing an
>> > influx of SPAM which I believe is because MailScanner is seeing EasyDNS
>> > as a safe sender & not processing any rules based on IP Address. How do
>> > I get MailScanner disregard the IP address from EasyDNS and process the
>> > next hop? I guess something like X-Forwarded-For for SMTP.
>> >From the changlog of the latest 4.77 release:
>> "Read IP Address From Received Header" has been extended, so it will now
>> take a number instead of yes or no. "yes"=1 and "no"=0. If it is set to
>> "yes" or a number, then the SMTP client IP address is taken from the
>> "Received:" header. For example, setting it to 2 will cause the IP
>> address to be taken from the 2nd Received: header.
>> That should do what you need. You'll also need to set SA's
>> trusted_networks otherwise it will be less accurate when it does network
> Steve, that is EXACTLY what I'm looking for. I'll test it out and post the
Ok, this seems to be getting
the correct IP after setting it to 2 (A little less SPAM now). What
I'm noticing though is that setting doesn't seem to apply to the
rule, which has a score of -1. Do I have to make a change in SA? Where is
the setting for trusted_networks in SA?
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