Re: please kindly get back to me
On Mon, Jul 01, 2002 at 04:19:00PM -0600, Bob Proulx wrote:
> > > debian-user is filtered with SpamAssassin. However, posts from
> > > subscribers aren't filtered, presumably to ease CPU load on the list
> > > machine. This confused me to start with because I couldn't see the
> > > X-Spam-Status: header I expected.
> > Curious. I've seen X-Spam-Status headers on every debian-user email
> > I've checked. For example, the post from Colin I just replied to had ...
> > X-Spam-Status: No, hits=-102.0 required=4.7
> > tests=IN_REP_TO,USER_IN_WHITELIST
> > +version=2.01
> > Is there not SpamAssasin checks done on each debian-user email?
> This looks more like you are filtering with spamassassin on your end.
> That is a good practice in general. But I believe your headers are
> replacing any headers that would be in there from the list processor.
> In particular USER_IN_WHITELIST looks like a personal rule that you
> have in place to whitelist the mailing list.
> You would have to split off a copy of the debian list mail into a
> non-filtered folder and look at the headers there in order to prove to
> yourself that it is filtered through SA by someone other than
> yourself. (And the absense of those headers does not mean that it was
> not filtered and those headers stripped off again afterward.)
Hmm, this is getting weird. I'm definitely not running SpamAssasin here
locally, and I doubt its being run on our mail server either. My non
debian-user mail I've checked at random doesn't have X-Spam-Status
headers either. I could have sworn those headers came from the list.
Note that Colin has a debian.org address, so its quite conceivable that
SA running at the mailing list could whitelist all debian.org addresses.
Anyone know for sure what's happening here?
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