Mailing list embargo log problem

Spike Ilacqua
Sat Jan 17 20:34:51 UTC 2004

(I think I may have sent my original message to dcc-admin instead of dcc
by mistake).

I'm seeing log entries like:

### end of message body ########################
/var/dcc/userdirs/local/someone/whiteclnt-->OK 1044; Body=4 Fuz1=4 Fuz2=4
                                                      checksum  server wlist
                       IP: dc1b4e1e 15a8ca8a 89cdedcc 48b10fd9
                 env_From: c4433092 af61c6d4 6dc387a9 0a4f7397
                     From: b4ea8b87 49e43b6e 8aea811a d008a0ea
     substitute mail_host: 20194759 58887f17 90680dd6 2118d211
               Message-ID: da51b601 07f85370 5246db8f 11ed12b4
                 Received: b4fc11f6 caef07dd efb7efe5 0cfd9ecd
                     Body: 4433bd13 0ad366ce 0e0641de 1819b2fd       0
                     Fuz1: 04105537 4e10f7bb 984faed3 b08f3fc2       0
                     Fuz2: b27f3846 83765c79 c3a868cb b7845719       0

rejection message: mail i0HHtDCC029150 from temporary greylist embargoed
result: temporary greylist embargo #1

Note the lack of greylist checksums and the whiteclnt OK message.

I'm pretty sure this is being cause by the case where a message has
multiple recipents, some whom's whitelist would allow the message and
some whom's lack of whitelisting would cause the message to be
embargoed.  DCC can't selectivly embargo per recipient the message is
embargoed despite the whitelist entry.  Some how this leads to the odd
log entries and I'm guessing that's a bug.  Also the messages *are not*
being retried by the remote server and I haven't been able to determine
if that's their problem or DCCs (but the list is coming through
sendmail, so it's pretty odd that there have been 0 retries).

Beyond the above issues, this is a problem because it means people on
mailing lists with more than one local recipent can't whitelist a list
if it would otherwise be greyed.  Beyond an option to make the whitelist
apply to all recipents in this case, I'm not sure how it can be worked

Users are getting cranky, so any thoughts would be appreciated.


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