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From Per Jessen <...@computer.org>
Subject Re: Is there a way of forcing spamd not to process malformed messages? (NO_RELAYS, NO_RECEIVED etc).
Date Mon, 30 Nov 2009 15:41:43 GMT
d.hill@yournetplus.com wrote:

> Quoting Per Jessen <per@computer.org>:
> 
>> d.hill@yournetplus.com wrote:
>>
>>> Quoting Per Jessen <per@computer.org>:
>>>
>>>> I seem to be having more emails with NO_RELAYS than I normally see,
>>>> and
>>>> I'd like to havee spamd just refuse to process them.  That way
>>>> they'd get left in the queue, and I'd have something to debug.
>>>
>>> NO_RELAYS indicates there are no Received headers:
>>>
>>>      http://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/Rules/NO_RELAYS
>>>
>>> Have you checked the headers of the messages to see if there are
>>> any?
>>
>> I know for a fact there are some, yes.
> 
> Post a message somewhere via pastebin or something that everyone can
> take a look at.

I could, but it won't help - rest assured it has the headers.  Anyway,
how about a way to make spamd refuse to process a message when it
appears to to have any? 


/Per Jessen, Z├╝rich


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