Whitelisting and clearing previous spam related headers
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Mon Sep 21 12:28:34 IST 2009
On 21/09/2009 09:28, Steve Freegard wrote:
> Garith Dugmore wrote:
>>>> Any pointers?
>>> See the 'Remove These Headers' option in MailScanner.conf.
>> Hi Steve,
>> Thanks for your reply.
>> Does that setting remove those headers before it starts its normal spam
>> scan? If it removes X-Spam-Level completely this will break my server
>> side (sieve) filters.
> Looks like it probably does as it appears to remove the headers *after*
> it's done all the work.
> You'll have to ask Jules nicely if he could move it to the beginning of
> the message processing so it removes the headers prior to doing
> MCP/Spam/Virus checks.
It is currently done just before message delivery. It's awkward to move
to much earlier on as the data structures won't exist then :-(
However, it is done right near the start of the process of building the
Have you actually tried asking it to remove the X-Spam-Level header and
see what headers you get in the resulting message? I see no evidence you
have actually tried it.
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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