[Mimedefang] Strange goings on
richard.whelan at pipex.net
Thu Jul 14 12:08:16 EDT 2005
Okay, not quite what I thought. Rechecking the headers for the second
system is showing the filter tagging it, just not to the point it was
being flagged. The first check in my filter_recipient section, does
work, the log file shows the ACCEPT_AND_NO_MORE_FILTERING comment. I
will go through the code again to see if I can find why it's failing.
Sorry for the use of wasted bandwidth.
>Hope you can help. I'm currently testing two new systems, running MD
>2.52, SA 3.0.4. Both machine are identical, hardware, OS, etc.The filter
>uses filter_relay, filter_sender and filter_recipient. I have the filter
>reading the entries for these from DBM files. The bayes dB is newly
>built, as is the awl. The main mimedefang-filter is the same on both
>systems. I've check permissions, and these also appear to be the same.
>So far I have tested whitelisting at the very beginning so all further
>checks (including attachments) are skipped, a specific sender, specific
>recipient, all of which so exactly what it being told to do, skip
>further checking. However, the last test, which includes sender and
>recipient, still tags the mail as spam on one of the machines. I can't
>find anything that would hint why it's being tagged instead of being
>Has anyone got any thoughts as to why this is happening, and how I could
>increase the debug to see if I can see anything ? It's getting a little
>frustrating knowing I'm so close, but still have this one problem.
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