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Re: New plugin: DecodeShortURLs

From: René Berber <r.berber_at_nospam>
Date: Tue Oct 05 2010 - 20:57:43 GMT
To: users@spamassassin.apache.org

On 10/5/2010 3:42 PM, Yet Another Ninja wrote:

> On 2010-10-05 22:35, Brent Gardner wrote:

[snip]
>> Using URLs like these:
>>
>> http://goo.gl/foo
>> http://bit.ly/foo
>> http://2chap.it/foo
>>
>> I consistently hit on these rules:
>>
>> HAS_SHORT_URL
>> SHORT_URL_404
>> SHORT_URL_CHAINED
>> SHORT_URL_LOOP
>> SHORT_URL_MAXCHAIN
>>
>>
>> I can understand hitting on HAS_SHORT_URL and SHORT_URL_404, but why
>> is -every- test hitting SHORT_URL_CHAINED, SHORT_URL_LOOP,
>> SHORT_URL_MAXCHAIN?
>
> I bet *none* of the /foo targets exist.
> Could that be confusing the plugin when /foo redirects back to "home"
> Steve?

Brent can see in /tmp/DecodeShortURLs.txt if that was the case (i.e. the
file shows the mapping found between the short link and the long one).
Of course this is only if he didn't change the original .cf's
url_shortener_log .
-- René Berber