Fri Jan 23 18:48:56 UTC 2004
On Fri, 23 Jan 2004 08:07:19 -0700 (MST) , Vernon Schryver writes: > > From: Chris Mikkelson <firstname.lastname@example.org> > > > ... > > as spam. All I need to do is find a way to allow > > selected addresses (e.g. postmaster, abuse, etc.) > > to receive the message even if it is being reported > > as spam. > > What is wrong with what dccifd does now when postmaster, abuse, etc. > are in /var/dcc/whiteclnt? With the DCCIF_OPT_SPAM option set, dccifd will always instruct the MTA to reject the message, even if some or all of the recipients are in /var/dcc/whiteclnt. I've verified this with dcc-1.2.28, using both dccif-test and my qmail-queue wrapper. cat spam | dccif-test -o spam,body -r $whitelisted_rcpt returns the modified message body, plus: overall result = R $whitelisted_rcpt : R With an already reported message, cat spam | dccif-test -o body -r $whitelisted_rcpt returns the unmodified body, with: overall result = A $whitelisted_rcpt : A so my whitelisting is working. Should the two calls be returning the same thing? I would like that behavior. I can see the reasoning behind trusting the MTA's spam determination, but I can also see some benefit to treating spam being reported now the same as as spam which was reported earlier elsewhere. -- Chris Mikkelson | Slashdot: because a million lemmings can't email@example.com | be wrong.
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