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Re: Spamassassin not checking user provided RBLs

From: Chris Datfung <chris.datfung_at_nospam>
Date: Sun Oct 10 2010 - 10:55:56 GMT
To: users@spamassassin.apache.org

On Thu, Sep 2, 2010 at 1:56 PM, Benny Pedersen <me@junc.org> wrote:

> On tor 02 sep 2010 09:08:30 CEST, Chris Datfung wrote
>
> I ran sa-update. As you pointed out, there are a number of RBLs in the
>> standard configuration that for some reason aren't checked, thus I thought
>> I
>> could easily fix that by adding them to local.cf and when that didn't
>> work I
>> tried in init.pre. I do see other RBL generated scores in the message
>> headers, so it appears that some RBL checks are indeed performed.
>>
>
> try to debug it as below with
>
> spamassassing 2>&1 -D -t msg | less
>
> what are being tested at what fails ?

Hi,

I'm still having the RBL lookup problem. It seems that no RBLs are checked
now. I just looked up an unidentified spam message received that's listed in
zen.spamhaus.org but no mention of any RBLs in the spamassassin headers. I
reran the above command and found the following error:

Oct 10 21:49:58.510 [16255] dbg: dns: Net::DNS version: 0.63
Oct 10 21:49:58.510 [16255] warn: archive-iterator: no access to msg: No
such file or directory at
/usr/share/perl5/Mail/SpamAssassin/ArchiveIterator.pm line 771.
Oct 10 21:49:58.510 [16255] warn: archive-iterator: unable to open msg: No
such file or directory

I'm running spamassassin 3.3.1-1 from the Debian package. Line 771 says:

  if (!defined $AICache) {
    my @s = stat($mail);
    @s or warn "archive-iterator: no access to $mail: $!";
    return unless $self->_message_is_useful_by_file_modtime($s[9]);
  }

Any idea what the problem might be?

Thanks,
  Chris