[Mailman-Users] all posted messages discarded by incomingrunner
jesse at seedboxconnect.com
Sun Apr 9 05:19:35 CEST 2006
Okay, I figured it out myself.
Just in case anyone else ever runs into this problem:
On my system, spamassassin processes messages
before they hit Mailman and marks them [SPAM] in
the subject line. Some enterprising but novice users
of mine had figured that if they entered [SPAM] into
header_filter_rules, they could block those messages
automatically. Obviously this did not have the intended
Since I can't teach everyone regular expressions,
I figure I'll set header_filter_rules=\[SPAM\]
myself and then block the display of that whole
configuration option. I know I've seen the instructions
for that around here somewhere .....
On Apr 8, 2006, at 13:19, Jesse Sanford wrote:
> This is kind of a followup to the Feb. 2006 thread about messages
> being discarded (http://mail.python.org/pipermail/mailman-users/2006-
> Where do I check ARCHIVE_HTML_SANITIZER as per the previous post? Is
> that a runtime environment variable?
> I am using mailman2.1.7, although I have a qmail+vpopmail setup so
> there are actually multiple installs of mailman running on my system
> for various domains.
> From 2.1.5--2.1.7, I've had problems with lists that would appear to
> work and then suddenly start discarding messages. From the process
> number in logs/vette and the mod dates in the qfiles/ dir I know they
> are being discarded by the IncomingRunner. But, no log is made
> except for:
> Apr 08 12:47:56 2006 (25550) Message discarded, msgid: <FD599F62-
> B408-4A5C-BD2E-AF48E2876BA6 at seedboxconnect.com>
> Qmail reports the delivery as successful, cron jobs are running, and
> list config is set to hold postings from nonmembers, so this must be
> an error in parsing. However, it is intermittent and the list(s)
> will sometimes start working again. I have checked the cron jobs,
> python and mailmanctl process status, etc. Other lists are not
> necessarily affected at the same times, but most of my lists are
> sometimes affected. bin/check_db listname does not find any errors.
> Thanks for any help.
> Jesse Sanford <jesse at seedboxconnect.com>
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