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--- Comment #8 from Darxus <Darxus@ChaosReigns.com> 2011-04-26 12:37:33 EDT ---
Jeff, I ran your exact header through SA trunk in debug mode:
Apr 26 12:31:30.134  dbg: received-header: parsed as [ ip=188.8.131.52
rdns= helo=userPC by=mail.xxxxxxx.com ident= envfrom= intl=0
id=0000000000aaaaa.00000000bbbbb.00000ccccc auth=LOGIN msa=0 ]
Apr 26 12:31:30.134  dbg: received-header: relay 184.108.40.206 trusted?
yes internal? yes msa? no
It's parsing it just fine, but it's noticing that the user is authenticated /
logged in, because of the "AUTH: LOGIN" stuff, so it's considering that header
/ IP internal and skipping it.
So was this a legitimate logged in user, for whom blacklists were appropriately
skipped? Or do you have a spammer managing to log in to your server?
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