X-Spam header missing regardless of low sa_tag_level_deflt but scores present in logs
Bert Van de Poel
bert at bhack.net
Thu Aug 18 01:18:51 CEST 2022
Thanks for your help Benny and Matus!
It seems like my problem was indeed @local_domains_acl. I've now had it
set to "." for a few hours and all my mail is getting tagged as it
should. While migrating, I had noticed the $sql_select_policy in my old
configuration, but since it's not mentioned anywhere in the official
documentation, I didn't realise its connection to @local_domains_acl. Is
this something I should report somewhere as a documentation bug?
Concerning the RelayedOpenRelay. It seems while @mynetworks and
@mynetworks_maps are mentioned in examples in the documentation, its
default value isn't defined and it isn't there by default in the Debian
configuration. Does that mean it's empty by default instead of
127.0.0.1? In that case it sounds like that should be documented and I
should perhaps file a bug/patch to change the default configuration for
Debian. What do you guys think?
On 17/08/2022 17:46, Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
> On 17.08.22 15:10, Bert Van de Poel wrote:
>> I had been wondering if I would see the same people here as on the
>> spamassassin users list ;)
>> The only domain reference that I have in both my current
>> configuration and the one I had on Debian 8 is the file "05-domain_id":
>> use strict;
>> # $mydomain is used just for convenience in the config files and it
>> is not
>> # used internally by amavisd-new except in the default X_HEADER_LINE
>> # Debian overrides by default anyway).
>> chomp($mydomain = `head -n 1 /etc/mailname`);
>> # amavisd-new needs to know which email domains are to be considered
>> # to the administrative domain. Only emails to "local" domains are
>> # to certain functionality, such as the addition of spam tags.
>> # Default local domains to $mydomain and all subdomains. Remember to
>> # override or redefine this if $mydomain is changed later in the config
>> # sequence.
>> @local_domains_acl = ( ".$mydomain" );
>> 1; # ensure a defined return
>> /etc/mailname contains sys.bhack.net and nothing else
> put "bhack.net" to /etc/mailname or @local_domains_acl .
> if the latter, do it in /etc/amavis/conf.d/50-user
> amavis puts X-Spam headers into mail only if the recipient is local.
>> I have been wondering about this "RelayedOpenRelay" too, but I don't
>> see anything being "too open".
> amavis emits this message if the source IP is not in @mynetworks_maps
> (which by default includes $mynetworks) AND the destination domain is
> not in @local_domains_maps
> if your mail is not an open server, you don't necessarily have to fix
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