High Scoring Spam Rules Issue

Mikael Syska mikael at syska.dk
Tue Jul 6 21:39:27 IST 2010



Mikael Syska

On Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 10:22 PM, Rob Poe <rob at poeweb.com> wrote:
>  I have a user who insists on getting all email (even spam).  He's finally
> relented on letting me at least TAG them as {spam}, but here's an issue I'm
> having.
> I made a rule file for high scoring spam actions.
> In the rule file, I put
> To: user1 at domain.com deliver
> FromOrTo: default store
> That works swimmingly.  Here's the problem.  Say the spam is addressed to
> user1 at domain.com, but also addressed to user2 at domain.com.  They BOTH get it
> delivered with the {spam} tag.  If just user2 at domain.com gets the email,
> then it gets stored.
> Any thoughts on how to deal with this?
> MTA: Sendmail (most up to date that yum update gives) on Centos 4.7
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