Re: header_checks PREPEND
- mouss wrote:
> nick@... wrote:Mouss, I can't thank you enough for taking the time to explain all that.
>> The postfix server in question simply passes inbound valid mail to
>> our exchange server
>> and passes outbound mail to an external mail service run by
>> messagelabs, messagelabs
>> then passes it on to the outside world.
>> It's the messagelabs server that puts in the X-SpamReason header. I
>> need to catch
>> this X-SpamReason value and if it's >0 & <= 4 do nothing with it,
>> just pass it
>> onto exchange.
>> If the X-SpamReason header value is > 4 & < 7 prepend the subject
>> with [SPAM] and
>> pass it to exchange as normal, letting the user set a rule in outlook
>> for this if
>> they wish.
>> X-SpamReason > 7 will result in the mail getting redirected to a
>> quarantine address
>> in exchange.
>> I've tried to google software that will let me do this, but I'm not
>> having much luck.
>> I had thought about setting up my own content_filter but like
>> yourself I considered it
>> Would procmail/maildrop work with the situation I described above ? I
>> don't have any
>> experience of procmail or maildrop.
> yes. Here is a summary (with maildrop)
> - use transports to deliver mail for @... to maildrop
> - maildrop
> * checks the spam header.
> * maildrop gets the subject
> * if spam, maildrop runs reformail to change the subject
> * maildrop forwards mail to foo@...
> - use transports to forward @... to your exchange server
> - use generic to rewrite @... to @...
> but this sounds like "trying to avoid a content_filter at all
> expenses"! see below.
>> If anyone knows any software which will do what I'd appreciate a
>> heads up. We aren't doing
>> our own spam/virus scanning so I can't rewrite the subject with
> you could run SA with just one rule: match the X-SpamReason header and
> score it enough to trigger sbject rewrite. but there is no need to use
> SA just for this.
> - write a script to check the spam header and modify the subject
> - use smtpprox to run the script
> If you are not confortable writing scripts or maildrop/procmail
> recipes, here is a postfix-only way. Convoluted but...
> - add an smtpd (let's say on 127.0.0.1:10099) and a corresponding
> cleanup to your master.cf. This cleanup has a header check that always
> tags the subject:
> /^Subject: (.*)/ REPLACE Subject: [Spam] $1
> - In the "standard" header_checks, use
> /X-SpamReason: Yes, hits=([1..4]\.[0-9]*).*required/ FILTER
> where scan is defined as a filtering transport in master.cf
> - the smtpd on 10099 has no content_filter, does no unknown recipient
> validation, ... (see the FILTER_README for examples of configuration.
> copy options of the smtpd on 10025 from there).
It's very much appreciated.