ok2 env_to possible?

Vernon Schryver vjs@calcite.rhyolite.com
Mon Mar 8 17:05:50 UTC 2004

> From: John Sutton 

> Is it possible to use ok2 env_to in dccm's whitelist? 

I hope and think so.

> env_From: <sales@encausticart.com>  mail_host=encausticart.com.

> X-DCC-dcc.uncw.edu-Metrics: spartasys1.scl.co.uk 1201; bulk Body=38 Fuz1=474
>     Fuz2=459
>                                                       checksum  server wlist
>                        IP: e475b896 492c60fc efecb432 6e29e3c5           ok2
>                  env_From: 8cb0f93b b6ed8bc8 d5cfab45 da5aa7fc
>                      From: 8cb0f93b b6ed8bc8 d5cfab45 da5aa7fc
>                Message-ID: d41d8cd9 8f00b204 e9800998 ecf8427e
>                      Body: 340426fa 04c7e635 0157cc0d 79cf5b9c      37
>                      Fuz1: 02682c17 0eeb1eba 0e764a02 6ee60b82     473
>                      Fuz2: 0b31fc67 daee4252 5f90e7ac 3d633b9b     458

> This message has been marked as bulk but AFAIK these 2 rules are in force:
> ok2 ip
> ok2 env_to sales@encausticart.com
> so by my understanding these should have added up to an OK and the message 
> should *not* have been marked as bulk?

Yes, if sales@encausticart.com were in your client whitelist.  It must
not be, because the env_From line does not say "ok2" like the IP line.

I use `dccproc -QC -w whiteclnt -i msg` to check things like this.

Vernon Schryver    vjs@rhyolite.com

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