Keep X-Spam-... header lines when releasing message from quarantine?
markus at clardy.eu
Wed Mar 29 09:15:10 CEST 2017
Changing $sa_tag_level_deflt to undef would mean that the headers would
be even added to whitelisted items (as they can sometimes not, if you
just set it to a really low number). This may be why.
On 03/29/2017 06:31 AM, Rich Wales wrote:
>> /# tagging levels $sa_tag_level_deflt = undef; # add spam info
>> headers if at or above that level # 'undef' means headers will always
>> be added/
> I already have *$sa_tag_level_deflt* set to -10000 in the *50-user*
> file. I can try changing it to *undef*, but would that really make
> any difference?
> And the *X-Spam-...* header lines show up in all other cases -- i.e.,
> when a message is delivered normally, or when I view something while
> it's in quarantine. The only place where the *X-Spam-...* header
> lines do not appear is if I release something from quarantine to be
> delivered normally -- the *X-Spam-...* lines are there in the
> quarantine copy, but they are being stripped out in the course of
> being delivered to the recipient's inbox.
> Just in case it might matter, btw, I'm using Postfix 3.1.0 and Dovecot
> *Rich Wales*
> richw at richw.org
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