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abuse@ address: no spam/clam etc checking

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Danny_T, Dec 29, 2006.

  1. Danny_T

    Danny_T Well-Known Member

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    How do you have your abuse@domain.tld configured?

    All kind of messages should be accepted right?
    But it is blocking and rejecting all kind of normaly unwanted messages.

    And in the cpanel account the spamassassin/spambox filters are domain wide settings. Not per email account!.

    As i know the users_prefs file i did add:

    whitelist_to abuse@*
    score AWL -100
    score USER_IN_WHITELIST_TO -100

    And added as second rule in antivirus.exim:

    if $header_to: contains "abuse@"
    then
    # no further checks
    finish
    endif

    Is that enough to accept all kind of not wanted email? (abuse reports with spam content)

    edit: No it is not enough.. where do i ignore the abuse@ to bypass clamav checking?



    Greets,
    Danny
     
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    GCIS Active Member

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    Why would you want to bypass the clamav check? Viruses do not belong in any mail, even abuse reports. Complaining parties should forward the abusive E-Mail on to your staff, minus the harmful attachment, and with a note of the specific malware involved.
     
  3. Danny_T

    Danny_T Well-Known Member

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    Do you have a RFC or rule for that?
    So i can point senders with abuse reports to that?

    Danny.
     
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