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Re: Milter errors

From: Dan Nelson
Subject: Re: Milter errors
Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 02:10:48 -0500
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In the last episode (Aug 19), Philip Clever said:
> Hello,
> Here what happens when a message is received (Solaris 9 syslog; Open Source 
> sendmail 8.12.5):
> #>spamass-milter -p /var/run/spamass.sock -f -d 2
> Aug 19 15:10:38 betamail spamass-milter[8399]: [ID 564107 mail.error]
> mlfi_envfrom: enter

Hm. your message got badly mangled.  Every line is wrapped halfway
through. I fixed the rest.

> Aug 19 15:10:39 betamail spamass-milter[8399]: [ID 795899 mail.error] 
> mlfi_eom: exit
> Aug 19 15:10:39 betamail sendmail[8410]: [ID 801593] 
> g7K1Ack1008410: Milter add: header: X-Spam-Status: No, hits=0.0 
> required=5.0\n\ttests=none\n\tversion=2.31
> Aug 19 15:10:39 betamail sendmail[8414]: [ID 801593 mail.error] 
> g7K1Ack1008410: smtpquit: mailer local exited with exit value 64
> Aug 19 15:10:39 betamail sendmail[8414]: [ID 801593] 
> g7K1Ack1008410: to=<address@hidden>, ctladdr=<address@hidden> (501/14), 
> delay=00:00:01, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=local, pri=31134, relay=local, 
> dsn=4.4.2, stat=Deferred: Connection reset by local
> Aug 19 15:10:39 betamail spamass-milter[8399]: [ID 804199 mail.error] 
> mlfi_close

This first line is the milter saying it received the wntire message
from sendmail.  Line 2 is spamassassin okaying the message.  Line 3 and
4 look like sendmail had problems writing the file to your local
mailspool.  Line 5 is the milter finishing the session.

Just to rule out the milter, could you edit lines 591 and 596 of
spamass-milter.cpp to read "mlfi_eom: exit with error", and "mlfi_eom:
exit okay"?  Since they're the same message, it's hard to tell whether
mlfi_eom() worked or not.  Although I don't see any error messages in
the log (throw_error() should have printed one).

        Dan Nelson

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