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Re: Suggested update for spamass-milter

From: Cassandra Lynette Brockett
Subject: Re: Suggested update for spamass-milter
Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2003 13:36:38 -0800 (PST)
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Further testing also shows the current CVS version errors if you attempt
to run it using the -i option.

The log error is :-
Dec 23 13:27:19 hotline spamass-milter[25269]: Thrown error: poll says my
read pipe is busted

Hopefully that isn't a big deal to correct.


Cassandra Lynette Brockett said:
> That sounds great.  The message suggests we can access cvs trees on
> savannah at the moment, if so I'll grab a copy.
> I'm am not in a rush for it at the moment (we need to get the replacement
> hosting server built yet, and I've been lazy, we've mainly been doing
> testing to verify things will work the way we expect them too...), so I
> can wait a few more days for it if I can't get it today, I was expecting
> it to take a week or so for the addition to happen anyway :-)
> --
> Regards,
>    Cassandra
> Dan Nelson said:
>> In the last episode (Dec 19), Cassandra Lynette Brockett said:
>>> At the moment a username is sent to spam[cd] as the localpart only,
>>> this causes a few issues if you are handling virtualdomains on the
>>> mailserver.  Here's an example :-
>>> User 1 - address@hidden (it's a fake testing domain)
>>> User 2 - address@hidden (again, another fake domain).
>> [...]
>>> Therefore is there a way an option could be added to spamass-milter
>>> (even if it is --work-with-cyrus or something like that if all the
>>> single-letters are taken *grin*), which would hand over full
>>> recipient usernames to the local spam[cd] process.
>> The CVS source already does that, with the -e flag.  Of course, with
>> savannah down, you can't get it :(  As soon as it comes back up I'll
>> roll another release.  Their current message says it'll be up today,
>> but I wouldn't be surprised if it took a couple more days.
>> Until then, using this in place of the regular local_user function in
>> spamass-milter.cpp should do what you want:
>> string
>> SpamAssassin::local_user()
>> {
>>   // assuming we have a recipient in the form:
>> <address@hidden>
>>   // we return 'address@hidden'
>>   if (_rcpt[0]=='<')
>>     return _rcpt.substr(1,_rcpt.find('>')-1);
>>   else
>>     return _rcpt;
>> }
>> --
>>      Dan Nelson
>>      address@hidden
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