[Mailman-Users] Privacy Filter Unusual Behavior
mark at msapiro.net
Fri Jan 5 16:03:28 EST 2018
On 01/05/2018 11:56 AM, Chris PUCHALSKI wrote:
> Here is the entire end of the IncomingRunner.py file as it stands now:
> except Errors.HoldMessage:
> # Let the approval process take it from here. The message no
> # longer needs to be queued.
> return 0
> except Errors.RejectMessage, e:
> #mlist.BounceMessage(msg, msgdata, e)
> #return 0
> # Log this.
> syslog('vette', """Message rejected, msgid: %s
> list: %s, handler: %s, reason: %s""",
> msg.get('message-id', 'n/a'),
> mlist.real_name, handler, e.notice())
> mlist.BounceMessage(msg, msgdata, e)
> # Push this pipeline module back on the stack, then re-raise
> # the exception.
> pipeline.insert(0, handler)
> # We've successfully completed handling of this message
> return 0
> Is that the "return 0" you speak of or does it need to appear higher rather than the end of the file?
It should be OK. The upstream code has return 0 following
mlist.BounceMessage(msg, msgdata, e)
but without that, control will fall through the try: to the return 0
# We've successfully completed handling of this message
comment so it should be the same.
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