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On Friday 18 April 2008 15:50, Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
> On 18.04.08 12:54, Stefan Jakobs wrote:
> > I have two servers, one is running Spamassassin 3.2.2 and the other one
> > is running 3.2.4. For each I have enabled the vbounce plug-in in v320.p=

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> > and have added the following line to my local.cf:
> > whitelist_bounce_relays server.domain.tld
> > If I now send this message (http://pastebin.org/30548) through
> > spamassassin the one with version 3.2.4 will hit the rule BOUNCE_MESSAGE
> > and the other one will not.
> > The Mail is obviously not a bounce but with 3.2.4 I can not even
> > whitelist it.
> >
> > Has somebody a suggestion how I can tune my Spamassassin 3.2.4 to accept
> > my whitlelist settings?

>
> it seems (to me) that whitelist only applies for Received: headers in
> message body, not in the headers...
>
> > # spamassassin -tD < ~/IDE-update_report.txt
> > see: http://pastebin.org/30552 (with 3.2.4)

>
> looks like a false positive. vbounce tries to catch virus bounces too, so
> it catched messages from antivirus ... however this one is not the one th=

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> should be matched...
>
> It has to be reported and fixed imho


=46or the records:
The whitelisting problem is already reported as a bug (5884, see:=20
https://issues.apache.org/SpamAssass....cgi?id=3D5884)

Therefore I think it is not necessary to report the false positive as a new=
=20
bug.

Greetings
Stefan

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