Re: "Dunce Moment" as regards to spoofing email headers (spam)
- On 01/12/2008, Ronald MacDonald <ronald@...> wrote:
> On 01/12/2008, postfix@... <postfix@...> wrote:<cut>
> > Ronald MacDonald wrote:
> > > However, in one of those "crap, what do I do now" moments, I'm
> > > confuzzled as to how to get Postfix to realise that the mail *should*
> > > be checked, since it's coming in from outside the network.
> > >
> > > Any ideas as to what might be the best way to fix this?
> > >
> > Thank you for the postconf -n output. Please also provide logs of such
> > email bypassing your content filter. We can't help you trace the email and
> > find the configuration error without them.
> Of course! I'm sorry.
Ah, umm, my bad. Having noticed that magic word "whitelist" in the
logs, after posting to here, I noticed the user had added themselves
to their white list.
And you wonder why they then complain about spam "from themselves"?
[--for the record, I did a find+replace on the logs to anon the user :) heh ]
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- Ronald MacDonald wrote:
> Nov 30 10:51:07 de003221 amavis: (28871-10) wbl: whitelistedAmavis' sender white-list contains ronald@..., so no content
> sender <ronald@...>
> Nov 30 10:51:07 de003221 amavis: (28871-10) Passed CLEAN,
> [126.96.36.199] [188.8.131.52] <ronald@...> ->
> <ronald@...>, Message-ID:
> <20081130105106.77B106C1F5@...>, Hits: -, 718 ms
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