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On 5/27/11, Oberdan Albertoni <email@example.com> wrote:
> Il 27/05/2011 16:22, Oberdan Albertoni ha scritto:
>> Il 27/05/2011 15:46, Michael Scheidell ha scritto:
>>> On 5/27/11 7:52 AM, Oberdan Albertoni wrote:
>>>> Hi I do not understand why despite having a set spam_kill_level = 4.5
>>>> this email, with Hits: 4.751
>>>> is able to go through the following ta
>>> it did exactly what you told it to do.
>>> it tagged it as spam. the 'kill_level' is not really the level at
>>> which it is KILLED.
>>> if you want suspected spam sent to your MTA to process the headers,
>>> then look for the x-spam-flag header.
>>> if you want email like this quarantined, then adjust your settings so
>>> that anything > 4.5 is quarantined, not just flagged.
>>> (read amavis documentation)
>> No, I want the anything > 4.5 are not sending, but blocked.
>> Tank you.
> Sorry, but I have nother question, what is the 'level' at witch is
> KILLED if is not the 'kill_level' ?
> By Obe.
> Oberdan Albertoni
Spam to these two recipients were passed on to Postfix:
To these recipients it was blocked.
Are you using per-recipient settings of any kind (LDAP, SQL, hash
lookup, etc)? If so, what is different between
firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com (for
example). It does seem odd to me. My guess is that
firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com may
be listed in @spam_lovers_maps? You might send a spammy message (one
that will score over 4.5) to firstname.lastname@example.org and
email@example.com with debugging turned up by placing the
sender in @debug_sender_maps:
@debug_sender_maps = ( [qw( firstname.lastname@example.org )] );
-- Gary V