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From Marc Perkel <m...@perkel.com>
Subject Re: [Bug 3235] False Positives on FORGED_DEF_WHITELIST
Date Sun, 04 Apr 2004 02:25:06 GMT
No - it's not trusted - however - the first received line is from a 
legit paypal server - so - can all the received lines be tested to see 
if ANY of them are legit?

The issue is - some people are getting the email delivered to Server A 
who then sends it on to my server for spam processing. So - it should 
work in that situation. Or - for backup MX servers that spool and 
forward when the main server is down.

bugzilla-daemon@bugzilla.spamassassin.org wrote:

>http://bugzilla.spamassassin.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3235
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>------- Additional Comments From sidney@sidney.com  2004-04-03 12:16 -------
>ns1.daguru.net would have to be trusted for this to work. Otherwise anybody
>could forge headers like this and there would be no way of knowing that the mail
>really did come from paypal.com.
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>1. Is ns1.daguru.net trusted? If it is, then I have to fix whatever is
>preventing the Received header with it from being used by the rule.
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>2. If it is not trusted, does it help to list it as trusted? If so, this is a
>configuration problem, not a bug.
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>3. Is there some reason why it cannot be listed as trusted? What is the reason?
>If so, we have to rethink this approach to deal with whatever is preventing this
>site from being configured in a way that works.
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>Please let me know which is the case.
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