alanho

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I've got ASSP setup and it's been working well. I use the email interface to report wrongly marked spam, by sending a forward of the email to [email protected]. But this only works if I use the SMTP of the local server to send. It doesn't work when I use a external smtp server.

Does anyone know how to set it up so that it doesn't what smtp server I use? and so that it'll still let me report spam and not spam.
 

Nhojohl

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I'm pretty sure that it'd be a security problem if anyone in the world could send their spam to themselves and then forward a copy to [email protected]....

If I'm wrong..ignore me:(
 

RTCruiser

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I've got ASSP setup and it's been working well. I use the email interface to report wrongly marked spam, by sending a forward of the email to [email protected]. But this only works if I use the SMTP of the local server to send. It doesn't work when I use a external smtp server.

Does anyone know how to set it up so that it doesn't what smtp server I use? and so that it'll still let me report spam and not spam.
This feature has been added to version 1.2.6.

Under "Email Interface" look for this:

Allow Emails from this outbound addresses


Put here addresses from e.g. gmail which should be allowed to report to the interface.
 

abubin

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I has ASSP running under /usr/local/assp folder. And I did manage to login to the webinterface to change some configs. Mostly, I left at default.

The problem is, ASSP is rejecting my emails. I sent a test mail from [email protected] into one of the account in my domain [email protected] but it get rejected by ASSP. I can see in ASSP log screen it says Relaying rejected for [email protected] user.

Anyone have any idea how to solve this?
 
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