-p works... mostly
relson at osagesoftware.com
Wed Aug 4 17:47:45 EDT 2004
On Wed, 4 Aug 2004 18:41:11 -0300
Trevor Smith wrote:
> On August 4, 2004 6:26 pm, David Relson wrote:
> > bogofilter passthrough mode, i.e. "-p -e", is proven, reliable code
> > and has no known problems.
> > I suggest that you turn on as much logging as possible with your
> > mail transfer, delivery, and user programs. That will help
> > significantly in determining why some messages don't have their
> > X-Bogosity lines.
> Thanks. Interestingly, I noticed that the last two messages you sent
> did *not* have a "To: " header line at all once I got to see them...
> So I switched my filter to look for any space character in any header
> line, just to grab all incoming messages more successfully.
> Maybe that was my problem all along and I just *thought* the emails
> that bogofilter wasn't processing did have an @ symbol in the "To: "
> Out of curiousity, did the messages you sent to me/this list regarding
> "Re: -p works... mostly" and "Re: why is this not spam?" have "To: "
> header lines in them when you sent them? (Just trying to see if I've
> got something on this end that is "eating" To: header lines.)
Nope. No "To:" line. Just "Cc:". Hitting "reply all" fills in "To:
Trevor ..." and "Cc: bogofilter...". Rather than send you 2 copies of
the message, I usually delete the "To:".
Alternatively, with the manner in which this mailing list is configured,
I could use "reply" which fills in "To: bogofilter...". Unfortunately,
that doesn't work with every list :-<
You might also need to deal with "Bcc:".
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