[Mimedefang] cpanel whm centos 6.9 flag on header keywords?
jeffschips at gmail.com
Tue Jan 9 14:20:49 EST 2018
Cpanel with Exim supports rudimentary filters - that's the rub. They are
very rudimentary. They can sort inbound email into specific folders
based headers, but unable (as far as I know) to sort based on a dkim
status. That's what I need - to place dkim failed signatures into one
folder, passed dkim status into another folder, and no dkim status into
I was told that SpamAssassin in concert with mimedefang can alter
subject line - which is sufficient to instruct the Exim rudimentary
filters to sort into different folders.
I guess mimedefang and/or SpamAssassin alters the subject to read, such
as "failed dkim" and then I used the Exim filters to dump that message
into "failed dkim" folder.
On 01/09/2018 12:16 PM, Joseph Brennan wrote:
>> Running "rpm -q sendmail postfix exim" show sendmail is not installed
>> yet there is a sendmail binary in /usr/sbin/sendmail. No sendmail.mc
>> anywhere in system. SpamAssassin version 3.4.1 running on Perl version
> Using "ls -l" you will find that /usr/sbin/sendmail is a symlink to
> /etc/alternatives/mta, and using "ls -l" you will find what the mta
> really is. It may be for example /usr/sbin/sendmail.postfix or
> /usr/sbin/sendmail.sendmail (and sendmail.sendmail is really
> I wonder how you will use mimedefang to sort mail into folders.
> Joe Brennan
> Columbia University
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