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Re: Is there a way of forcing spamd not to process malformed messages? (NO_RELAYS, NO_RECEIVED etc). Per Jessen Mon Nov 30 09:00:31 2009

Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:

>> > On 30.11.09 16:41, Per Jessen wrote:
>> >> I could, but it won't help - rest assured it has the headers.
>> >> Anyway, how about a way to make spamd refuse to process a message
>> >> when it appears to to have any?
> 
>> Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
>> > which MTA do you use? How do you plug SA in?
> 
> On 30.11.09 17:06, Per Jessen wrote:
>> MTA is postfix,  I call spamd directly using the spamc protocol (but
>> not spamc).
> 
> directly from where? do you use spamd as SMTP filter? (can it be
> done?) 

Yes, it can be done - I have my own smtp proxy which calls spamd. 
(amongst other things). 

>> > where do those messages come from?
>> 
>> For instance a couple from msg.oleane.net, but it varies.
> 
> is that regular mail? Wouldn't it be better to exclude scanning mail
> that came from msg.oleane.net ?

Apart from very few internal exceptions, all mail is scanned - I
whitelist based on origin, but everything is scanned. 


/Per Jessen, Z├╝rich