spamaction highscore rules.
maxsec at gmail.com
Wed May 13 09:59:10 IST 2009
Best way to avoid this situation is split the email up into individual
recipients and then the rules on forwarding will work fine. The problem is
if the 'to' contains multiple recipients and gives conflicting actions eg
deliver and not-deliver which one should it obey???? MailScanner can't get
which one is correct so uses the Envelope-To: as the overriding value.
How to split the emails up is dependant on the MTA you use but sendmail,
Exim and Postfix are covered in the wiki (
2009/5/13 Kasper Sacharias Eenberg <kse at hovmark.dk>
> So, i embarassed myself to my company yesterday.
> I managed to write a highscore rule that passed on all spam mails, that it
> should be dropping.
> But nevermind that.
> My problem is, i have two domains.
> The .de company wants to receive all spam mails. They receive alot of mails
> from China and russia, which normally get tagged as spam (Since i took over
> the filter it now work quite well though, ignoring them).
> However, som spam mails are sent with both the .de and .dk domain in the
> 'to' header.
> And when the .de domain is in the recipient, the rule that delivers mail to
> .de takes action, and the spam is delivered to the .dk.
> It seems "Use Default Rules With Multiple Recipients = yes" does not work.
> These are the rules:
> To: @eurocargoservices.de deliver
> FromOrTo: default forward isspam at localhost
> Live long and prosper,
> Kasper Eenberg
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