On Tue, 19 Feb 2008 08:35:12 -0800 Mark Sapiro wrote:
Are you saying you see this with bin/dumpdb of the config.pck. If so, that's just the way python is showing the representation of the string. It is not the actual value of the string. If you doubt that, try 'strings' instead of 'bin/dumpdb'.
Ah, that seems to be it. dumpdb, config_list, and the web u/i all show the quoting of the backslashes, but strings on the pickle show it as I entered it. (Too bad such things don't "roundtrip" properly through tools that are supposed to do that, like config_list and the web u/i.)
So the next question is why doesn't the header_filter_rules appear to be working? Message are getting held (which is what I'm doing for testing purposes), but the indicated reason is non-subscriber posting rather than the header filter. (Both conditions are true for the majority of junk that comes through, but there are some lists where I really do need to allow legitimate non-subscriber posts, with moderator approvals.)
As I understand it, SpamDetect runs before Hold, and I thought that the first exception kicked it out of the handler processing.
Is there some logging I can turn on to see more details as to what's going on in here?
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