[Mailman-Users] KNOWN_USERS + SpamAssassin discarding lots of mail
joel.heenan at sensorynetworks.com
Thu Mar 2 00:00:47 CET 2006
Patrick Bogen wrote:
> On 2/28/06, Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net> wrote:
>>If you really think this is resulting in messages being discarded that
>>shouldn't be, I suggest you remove the KNOWN_SPAMMERS entry from
>>mm_cfg.py and instead, put
>>in header_filter_rules for some of the problem lists with action Hold.
> I just got done configuring something very similar, but I was having
> problems. I was originally matching against '^X-Spam-Status: Yes',
> which never matched. Removing the '^' did the trick. I'm not sure why
> this is.
I'll do some research if I get time today but I'm fairly sure something
is borked with this spam filtering. Looking through the code I can see
that if a header is not found its not supposed to return a spam match.
The other thing I've noticed is that owner's don't seem to get spam
scanned. Still, our behaviour was that
KNOWN_SPAMMERS = [('X-Spam-Status','Yes')]
caused all emails from non-owners to be silently discarded.
At this stage I'm following the advice by not using KNOWN_SPAMMERS and
concentrating on per list measures. Thanks for your help.
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