Exim Configuration Editor

ymfm

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How to disable x-antiabuse from "Exim Configuration Editor" in the WHM?
I´m not a spammer but I got this message when I send an e-mail.
I have root access.

Thanks.

cPanel.net Support Ticket Number: no ticket :)
 

rajanichand

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Exim X-AntiAbuse

Hmm. I was also searching for this. Let's wait for some help.
 

chirpy

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AFAICT, you cannot disable these in the Exim Configuration Editor. You can, however, do it by editing /etc/exim.conf and /etc/exim_outgoing.conf (if you have that one) and changing the line:

headers_add = "${perl{mailtrapheaders}}"

to this:

# headers_add = "${perl{mailtrapheaders}}"

Then stop and start Exim. If your exim.conf is ever recreated, you'll have to redo the mod.
 
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rajanichand

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mailtrapheaders

Yes it is working. There were two entries in exim.conf for mailtrapheaders. I commented both of them and restarted exim. Now the outgoing mails don't contain X-AntiAbuse. Credit goes to Chirpy.

Thankyou very much for the help...
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TogaDave

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I was looking for this too, thanks!

BTW - is there any risk to doing this modification?
 

rajanichand

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AFAIK, no risk involved in it. It will just remove the " X-AntiAbuse: " from the header. However, it is recommended by many server admns.