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From Matus UHLAR - fantomas <uh...@fantomas.sk>
Subject Re: rdns in received header
Date Thu, 21 Feb 2013 15:30:42 GMT
On 20.02.13 20:51, Jeff Mincy wrote:
>My local ISP (rcn.com) reconfigured their email servers.  The
>69.168.97.77 hop does not seem to be doing rdns lookups on the
>previous hop.  For example, I get these two received headers at the
>trust boundary:

>    ...
>    Received: from mx.rcn.com ([69.168.97.77])
>      by mx06.atw.mail.rcn.net with ESMTP; 20 Feb 2013 17:07:22 -0500
>    ...trust/internal boundary...
>    Received: from [216.33.63.216] ([216.33.63.216:56326] helo=bigfootinteractive.com)
>        by mx.rcn.com (envelope-from <1709130a2layfovcia3kqqzqaaaaabnxydzhs2jc2h4yaaaaa@mail.ameriprise.com>)
>        (ecelerity 2.2.3.49 r(42060/42061)) with ESMTP
>        id 29/DB-26250-A1945215; Wed, 20 Feb 2013 17:07:22 -0500

>This leads to various bad things (RDNS_NONE & broken WHITELIST_FROM_RCVD)

Try asking your provider to turn the reverse DNS lookups on and ask them why
the hell did they turn it off at all...

>Is there anything in SpamAssassin that can deal more elegantly with
>this particular problem?  Perhaps Some sort of please_fill_in_rcvd_rdns
>type option?

SA does not do such lookups by itself, there's only one exception related to
some buggy MTA. I don't think SA maintainers are willing to do such lookups
in SA.

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