[Mailman-Users] "Loop" mail

Brad Knowles brad.knowles at skynet.be
Sun Jun 29 18:08:10 CEST 2003

At 1:25 PM +0100 2003/06/29, Chris Wright wrote:

>  Is there an easy way to strip these headers out?  Or do I just need
>  to ditch TrustedMail?

	You may be able to configure your MTA to strip them out, but 
that's usually an all-or-nothing sort of thing, and you really don't 
want to do that.  Among other things, you would have much less 
information available to you if there were a real mail loop.

	If there's not a way to configure "Trusted Mail" to avoid putting 
on these headers, then I'd start looking at competing packages.

	For freely available solutions, AMaViS can do both anti-virus 
scanning (with one or more configurable anti-virus back-end scanning 
systems) as well as anti-spam processing (typically using 
SpamAssassin, one of the best tools available for this job), and can 
even run as a sendmail "milter".

	Short of buying some pretty expensive software, that's likely to 
be your best alternative.

Brad Knowles, <brad.knowles at skynet.be>

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