AW: RBL checks when some mail is received via a relay
tc at sommersoft.de
Fri Aug 5 14:49:16 IST 2011
No the relay is not whitelisted. As far as I understand, Mailscanner only queries RBLs for the last relay server which in this case is not blacklisted in any RBL.
To clarify my situation I'll try to visualize our current mail flow:
1) Domain.old: Sender -> mx.old -> mx.new with Mailscanner
2) Domain.new: Sender -> mx.new with Mailscanner
The problem is with part 1) of this setup, because all RBL checks are performed against mx.old which is a "good" server.
I would need a setup where Mailscanner uses "Read IP Address From Received Header = 2" for situation 1) and "Read IP Address From Received Header = no" for situation 2).
I don't know if this is possible so I'm also looking for alternate suggestions.
Von: mailscanner-bounces at lists.mailscanner.info [mailto:mailscanner-bounces at lists.mailscanner.info] Im Auftrag von Martin Hepworth
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 4. August 2011 19:57
An: MailScanner discussion
Betreff: Re: RBL checks when some mail is received via a relay
Why are the emails from this relay being trusted? Have you whitelisted it or something?
On Thursday, 4 August 2011, Tim Cappell <tc at sommersoft.de> wrote:
> We have a Mailscanner setup where some of the mails (from an older domain) are received by a relay (which is not blacklisted). Mailscanner works fine for all the mails we receive directly but RBL checks do not apply to those mails sent via the relay (which is still about 50%). Thus there are a lot of spam mails that get through although the originating mail server is blacklisted.
> Is there a way to apply a method similar to "Read IP Address From Received Header" _only_ to mails where the last hop is that specific relay server?
> Best regards,
> Tim Cappell
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