[Mailman-Users] About Spam Filtering
METU E-List Admin
listeyon at metu.edu.tr
Wed Feb 6 13:26:38 CET 2013
This mail address is not registered to any mailing lists officially. I
think we have to request a manual unsubscribe from the owner of the
list. However, there are lots of mails like this and blocking them is
much easier and better method.
"^X-Mailer: (?!Microsoft Outlook .*)$" has single spacing between the
colon and the parenthesis. The screenshot is taken using Chrome on Ubuntu.
We have removed the Mailman version number using the configuration file.
I think that configuration also removes the version number from the
headers. If it is a problem, we can convert it to the original state.
On 02/02/2013 11:36 AM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> On 1/30/2013 11:42 PM, METU E-List Admin wrote:
>> The message was addressed to the list address. The email address I have
>> registered is not the owner of the list.
>> The message headers are:
>> X-BeenThere: fethiyede at googlegroups.com
> I don't know why it would matter, but it seems your register at metu.edu.tr
> list a member of this fethiyede at googlegroups.com google group. Do you
> want that? Is all the problem mail coming via that google group? Do you
> have any list settings to allow mail from that group?
> However, if you haven't reordered the pipeline for this list, SpamDetect
> which processes header_filter_rules comes first and should take precedence.
>> X-Mailer: Microsoft CDO for Windows 2000
> It's hard to see from your jpeg image, but is it possible that your
> ^X-Mailer: (?!Microsoft Outlook .*)$
> actually contains more than one space after the colon?
> Odd that this is empty ...
>> Reply-To: fethiyede at googlegroups.com
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