Body Checksum Calculation

Tony L. Svanstrom
Mon Apr 1 23:33:29 UTC 2002

On Mon, 1 Apr 2002 the voices made Dave Lugo write:

> I'm faced with a similar situation for my vanity domains.  I've worked out
> a solution that will work for me, but I don't know how well it would apply
> to your environment:
>   . rejected items are logged to per-recipient dirs
>   . users can 'browse' the past week or 14 days worth
>     of rejected items, and add (via html gui), derived
>     whitelist entries.
>   . users can also forward items from the 'holding' area
>     to thier normal mailbox.
>   . crontab'd purging of old items from the log dir.
> The above at least allows users to look for 'missing' DCC-threshhold
> reaching items, and add whitelist entries to prevent future similar
> items from being blocked.

 If I were to check rejected e-mails once a week I'd be looking at a list of a
cpl of 100 (actually, it might be down to less than a 100 per week now, don't
know if the SPAMmers are taking a break or if a cpl of days of EXITCODE=67 got
me removed from some very active network of SPAMmers).

 It is a working idea though, and one I might fall back on if needed.

Per scientiam ad libertatem. ©1999-2002
-- Random URL (3/10):
<URL: > 15 Gigaflops of something *BSDish...
-- Random epigram: (7906/11671)
Seems a computer engineer, a systems analyst, and a programmer were
driving down a mountain when the brakes gave out.  They screamed down the
mountain, gaining speed, but finally managed to grind to a halt, more by
luck than anything else, just inches from a thousand foot drop to jagged
rocks.  They all got out of the car:
        The computer engineer said, "I think I can fix it."
        The systems analyst said, "No, no, I think we should take it
into town and have a specialist look at it."
        The programmer said, "OK, but first I think we should get back
in and see if it does it again."

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