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From: mouss (moussnetoyen.net)
Date: Thu Aug 21 2008 - 02:49:46 CDT
Rodre Ghorashi-Zadeh wrote:
>> This only affects mail when it enters postfix (or more
>> specifically, when it leaves the content_filter). Mail
>> already in the queue will not be affected. Mail that bypasses
>> the content_filter will not be affected.
>> Why is "to=" logged above? There must be a recipient address
>> to look up the recipient MX.
> I sent the test message after I made the last adjustment (replacement of the space with a comma) to the master.cf. I saw the message traverse the content_filter (amavisd):
> amavis: (02669-11) Passed CLEAN, MYNETS LOCAL [192.168.x.xxx] [192.168.x.xxx] -> , Message-ID: , mail_id: DX9iOWagdlkP, Hits: -3.748, size: 671, queued_as: 386063B91282, 316 ms
> then try and deliver directly, as apposed via the smarthost, hence the error messages.
> I believe the list software must have detected and removed the email address in the "to=" field
> in order to stop email address harvesting.
you're being too creative. Now why would it remove the message-id?
don't accuse the list software. do you think the list software will
remove the addresses below:
(ok, the third one is a joke...)
It is _your_ (ht)mailer which fixes your writing, because it doesn't
believe in your ability to write correctly (it thinks angle brakets are
reserved for html). I am only surprised that it didn't add (TM) after
"316 ms" and that it didn't fix "MYNETS" (should be "MSN Yet").
anyway, this gives me an idea:
Q- how to block hotmail users "kindly"?
A- Ask them to put "<notspam>" (or "<secret>") in their message.
sorry, couldn't resist...
>I double checked and it was definitely there in the log and in the email I sent to the list. The email address coincides with clubzone.com domain. What else can I try to debug?
first remove (or hold) the old mail or requeue it. then make sure the
message passes via the smtpd where you added the check_mx_access call.
As Noel said, use postmap to test your map, and if needed use -v to get