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Re: spamassassin -- cron.daily warning

On Sat, 02 Jul 2011 16:06:08 +1000, Andrew McGlashan wrote:

> On a server that still has lenny, I was getting a message (started on
> 27th June) as follows each day (from /etc/cron.daily/spamassassin
> script:
> Jul  2 15:16:26.778 [17797] warn: netset: cannot include as
> it has already been included
> The /etc/spamassassin/local.cf had 127/8 in trusted networks, I've now
> removed that as it seems to be included by default now -- or at least it
> stops the warning at least.

Yes, or at least so it say the upstream docs:


"(.. )Note: 127/8 and ::1 are always included in trusted_networks, 
regardless of your config."

> I broke the following line into two lines and commented the 127/8 line.
> #trusted_networks 192.168/16 127/8           # all in 192.168.*.* and 127.*.*.*
> trusted_networks 192.168/16
> #trusted_networks 127/8

Which seems fine as the doc continues:

"(...) This operates additively, so a trusted_networks line after another 
one will append new entries to the list of trusted networks."


> The spamassassin package hasn't changed for a long time, so the changes
> might be due to a data file that has updated for the package.  Perhaps I
> should re-enable 127/8 in trusted networks and wait for the data to fix
> itself .... advice?

I can't see the problem now that you made the change. Is there still 
anything wrong with your current setup? :-?



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