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Re: [Full-disclosure] Symantec 3300 E-mail Gateway dropping spoofed mails
From: mikeiscool (michaelslistsgmail.com)
Date: Tue Jul 18 2006 - 23:27:37 CDT
On 7/19/06, Josh L. Perrymon <joshuaperrymongmail.com> wrote:
> This email gateway is blocking email messages spoofed from my RH3 box...
> <! error snippet>
> The error message:
> X-NAI-Spam-Level: **
> X-NAI-Spam-Score: 2.3
> X-NAI-Spam-Report: 2 Rules triggered * 1.8 -- MIME_MISSING_BOUNDARY --
> RAW: MIME section missing boundary * 0.5 -- MIME_BASE64_LATIN -- RAW:
> Latin alphabet text using base64 encodi:
> < end snip >
> Never had this message before... The gateway didn't pickup on spoofed
> senders or content. Just some weird message about Latin Alphabet and MIME
> section missing boundary?
> Anyone seen this before? Is this a .conf setting on my *nix mail server?
or could it be that the errors that it is reporting are actually true?
it seems strange for you to suddenly decide that this specific error
message somehow indicates the server is blocking your box. what made
you come to this wild conclusion?
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