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Old 14th August 2007, 14:17
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Default Spamassassin blocks email from local users


I have a little problem with Spamassassin in ISPConfig 2.3.12:
If a specific local user send an email to himself (with SMTP-Authentication),
spamassassin allways blocks these email because the dialin-ip from which he delivers the email is listed in dnsbl.sorbs.org.

That shouldn't be, should it? If the user is authenticated successfully, he should allways allowed to send emails.

I have tried to put the users emailaddress in the whitelist for him , but that doesn't help.

The instalation is an perfect_debian_etch setup with postfix.

Any ideas?

BTW: Is there any way to enable logging for spamassassin used via procmail? Debugging is real hard if you doesn't see what is happening.

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