[Mailman-Users] multiple header_filter_rules?
msapiro at value.net
Sun Jun 3 18:56:33 CEST 2007
David R Bosso wrote:
>Rule 1 is (I thought) Match Return-Path:, only if it's not followed by
>dbosso at lsit.ucsb.edu. This should discard for any Return Path but my email
>address, did you modify it to match yours, or do I have the (?!...) syntax
My mistake. I didn't really look at the Rule 1 pattern. The pattern is
correct for what you want and it works. It didn't discard my test
messages because my test setup uses Exim and Exim's pipe driver
doesn't add a Return-Path: header, so rule 1 didn't match because
there was no Return-Path: at all.
I retested using bin/inject to deliver the messages. A message with
Return-path: <msapiro at value.net>
was discarded by rule 1. A message with
Return-path: <dbosso at lsit.ucsb.edu>
was held by rule 2, so I am still unable to duplicate the problem.
What's in Mailman's vette log for the discarded message that should be
held by rule 2?
If that doesn't offer a clue, I suggest you get
and compare it to your Mailman/Handlers/SpamDetect.py to see if there
is any difference.
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