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Re: bugreports to systemd are getting rejected

That rule isn't very clever I suppose. It's in the description of a service I 
use and I wrote myself, that manages presence of devices on the local 
area network.

I've sent the full email with the attachments to David L. Craig. I'm afraid 
they might be rejected here as well if I were to submit them here.

In data venerdì 10 ottobre 2014 10:47:57, Don Armstrong ha scritto:
> On Fri, 10 Oct 2014, Salvo Tomaselli wrote:
> > this is getting embarrassing. Sorry for the noise but every time I try 
> > report a bug to systemd, I am getting a failure of delivery. This only
> > happens with systemd, I can report bugs to other packages just 
> [...]
> > Could you please let people submit bugs, so that they can be 
> People can submit bugs; this is just a false positive in the sane
> security database.
> > Technical details of permanent failure:
> > Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the 
> > for
> > the recipient domain bugs.debian.org by buxtehude.debian.org.
> > [].
> > 
> > The error that the other server returned was:
> > 550 malware detected: Sanesecurity.Junk.3451.UNOFFICIAL: 
message rejected
> Your message contains the phrase echo -e 
> somewhere. Since I don't see it below, odds are high that you've 
> out the actual attachment.
> See http://sane.mxuptime.com/s.aspx?id=Sanesecurity.Junk.3451 for 
> We probably should be just using sane security to score the 
> instead of outright rejecting them... but the war on spam is hard.
> 1: Escaped to avoid triggering the decoder myself; see the Content 
> of the url above if you don't want to run echo.

Salvo Tomaselli

"Io non mi sento obbligato a credere che lo stesso Dio che ci ha dotato 
di senso, ragione ed intelletto intendesse che noi ne facessimo a 
                -- Galileo Galilei


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