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On 03/01, Michael Scheidell wrote:
> you need some way to exclude the reporters ip address.
Yep. I knew there was one, but it's apparently only currently usable by
I deleted your submission.
The reports are currently including the list of trusted and untrusted
relays, so the last untrusted relay should be the IP we want. That's based
on spamassassin's trusted_networks settings.
But we're not processing that info yet. I'll... harass the necessary
> spamcop has a couple of options so that the 'last trusted' ip is NOT
You have somebody listed in trusted_networks that you want to report for
> one option would include a checkbox before reporting:
> list all dnsbl listed hosts in received and allow the reporter to exclude
> but, what to do with automated reports? spamcop makes you validate it
> before it reports it.
> so, how will we exclude the senders (registered) ip and report the real
Still being decided.
> will the SA pm exclude all SA headers, including dropping any ip in the
> trusted or local nets?
It does exclude all SA headers, just as --remove-markup or -d does.
Doesn't look like it strips trusted / internal network IPs. Should be
identical to what gets sent to SpamCop, since this module is mostly a copy
of the SpamCop module.
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