Fri Oct 16 19:06:21 UTC 2009
> What is the purpose of not logging the entire message body? > Are you trying to minimize disk space used for log files or are there privacy issues? > Building dccm with `./configure --with-max-log-size=1` would > limit log files to 1 KByte of message body. > The reason is the waste of resources, servers are quite busy with email traffic. Writing files to disk is expensive (all stuff is in memory now, no any disk i/o), writing files into memory and frequent postprocessing them with script is an alternative, but it does not look elegant and needs more memory. > For a "this is spam" button, I would use something like the "this is > not spam; stop greylist" button in proof-of-concept cgi scripts in the > DCC source. That mechanism feeds checksum lines from log files to the > dccsight program. > I will look, thanks. > Note that message-IDs are not a reliable key for incoming mail > messages. Not only does plenty of spam lack message-ID headers, > but so does mail from systems using qmail. I understand that. Did not know about qmail. > If you use dccm+sendmail, > I use postfix+dccm, I do not know yet when postfix writes message-id, before or after milter. I do not see any other appropriate keys. Probably, I could create one with milter before dccm. Probably, the dcc checksum could be the key itself. > > Vernon Schryver email@example.com > Any advice about code hook place?
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