RE: new version always trusts 127.0.0.1
> -----Original Message-----[color=blue]
> From: Matt Kettler [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 12, 2008 11:14 AM
> To: dougp23
> Cc: [email]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email]
> Subject: Re: new version always trusts 127.0.0.1
> dougp23 wrote:[color=green]
> > Hi. Running SA 3.1.8
> > Would like to move to a newer version for a few reasons...
> > Anyways the 3.2.3 version looks compelling, but I use a mailserver[/color]
> > Scalix. It uses Sendmail as its engine. But each X-Spam header[/color]
> shows this:[color=green]
> > rhost=3Dlocalhost,raddr=3D127.0.0.1,rport=3D34757,
> Erm.. What's that generated by? That's not SpamAssassin...[color=green]
> > Which makes me think that for my mailserver, ALL email appears to[/color]
> > from the localhost. In fact, under 3.1.8, I once tried to set the[/color]
> > ignore option to 127.0.0.1, and all spam immediately was let[/color][/color]
> Well, even if SpamAssassin trusts a host, and all the hosts involved[/color]
> handling a message, it will still scan it. You'll just see the
> ALL_TRUSTED rule fire off. That reduces the score a little, but not
> enough that you'd be missing all spam..
> Your problem is more compressive, as it sounds like email isn't even
> being scanned by SA.
> Is there a spamassassin generated X-Spam-Status with a list of rule
> on those spam emails?
> > Just wondering if I am missing something or do I just utilize a[/color][/color]
> > mailserver, lol!
LOL... I won't answer your last question for fear of being flamed(!),
.... but.. have you tried hitting up the Scalix folks and/or their
dev/support forums on this?=20