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Email filter [moved]

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by h8r, Mar 31, 2006.

  1. h8r

    h8r Member

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    Hello,

    I'm customer to one hosting provider, they use CPANEL.

    Recently I made email filter like this:
    TO THAT EQUALS TO submit@mysite.com
    Destination: |/usr/bin/curl -F message=<- http://mysite.com/plog/moblog.php

    It works perfect, the data is piped to the script and everything is ok, but the mail server keeps returning
    Mail delivery failed: returning message to sender
    I've tryied with >> /dev/null and >/dev/null, both don't work. Any hint how to stop this delivery failure (becouse, actually, the email is sent to the script)

    Greetings,

    Niko
     
  2. h8r

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    no luck

    If here nobody knows I'm wondering is there any place (forum) to ask?
     
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    Contact your hosting provider to assist you with this
     
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    They don't know and recommended me this forum. If he knows I would never post here and wait.

    After I made this virtual filter, I also setuped an real account (just not for sending me back the email delivery failure). But it still returns me an failure email. How can I pipe it to /dev/null or something. I'm googleing and I can't find similar problem resolved.
     
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    Whoever (you or your provider) that has root access needs to look through the /var/log/exim_mainlog and /var/log/maillog and what errors are occuring.

    Without this information its impossible for us to do anything but guess
     
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    2006-04-01 22:27:15 1FPlke-00036w-VR ** |/usr/bin/curl -F message=<- http://mysite.com/plog/moblog.php (bro3@mysite.com) <bro3@mysite.com> F=<admin@mysite.com> R=central_filter T=virtual_address_pipe: return message generated

    Here is the log that the sysadmin gave me.
    bro3 is the filtered email
    admin@mysite.com is the one from which I'm sending the email.
    The sysadmin doesn't know what this log means.
     
    #6 h8r, Apr 3, 2006
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