steve | 3 Apr 17:57 2007

[Bug 483] eximstats patch fixes html table headers, html anchors for top counts, ehlo checks

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steve <at> computurn.com changed:

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         Resolution|                            |FIXED

------- Comment #5 from steve <at> computurn.com  2007-04-03 16:57 -------
The patches have been incorporated and tested in eximstats v1.56

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johannes | 3 Apr 21:09 2007
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[Bug 139] Dynamically loadable lookup modules

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------- Comment #13 from johannes <at> sipsolutions.net  2007-04-03 20:09 -------
Ping? Has any of the interested parties tested this?

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arekm | 5 Apr 09:38 2007

[Bug 492] New: quota retry rules apply also when out of free disk space

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           Summary: quota retry rules apply also when out of free disk space
           Product: Exim
           Version: 4.66
          Platform: Other
        OS/Version: Linux
            Status: NEW
          Severity: bug
          Priority: medium
         Component: Delivery in general
        AssignedTo: ph10 <at> hermes.cam.ac.uk
        ReportedBy: arekm <at> pld-linux.org
         QAContact: exim-dev <at> exim.org

The problem is:

quota = some_value_from_SQL_like_1000M
quota_warn_threshold = 95%
quota_warn_message = QUOTA_WARN_MESSAGE
quota_size_regex = ,S=(\d+)

Now retry rule:
*                       quota           F,6h,30m

should apply only if user is over quota. Right now it also applies when user
has
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sabitha | 5 Apr 17:30 2007

[Bug 493] defect

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sabitha <at> justgiving.com changed:

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sabitha | 5 Apr 17:29 2007

[Bug 493] New: defect

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           Summary: defect
           Product: Exim
           Version: 4.65
          Platform: Macintosh
        OS/Version: Solaris
            Status: NEW
          Severity: bug
          Priority: medium
         Component: Address Rewriting
        AssignedTo: ph10 <at> hermes.cam.ac.uk
        ReportedBy: sabitha <at> justgiving.com
         QAContact: exim-dev <at> exim.org

defect desc

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graeme | 5 Apr 18:12 2007
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[Bug 493] defect

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graeme <at> graemef.net changed:

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         Resolution|                            |INVALID

------- Comment #1 from graeme <at> graemef.net  2007-04-05 17:12 -------
Set to INVALID, no bug details fiven.

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Leszek Dubiel | 8 Apr 19:34 2007
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Authenticated_id and redirect condition


I have created a router:

copysend:
  driver = redirect
  data = ${if eq{$local_part}{nowak} {kowalski} }
  headers_remove = Subject
  headers_add = Subject: authenticated_id is $authenticated_id...
  unseen = yes

When user "test" sends mail to user "nowak" then user "kowalski" gets 
mail with "Subject: authenticated_id is test...".

I modified that router -- in third line i have put "authenticated_id" 
instead of "local_part", so it looks like this:

copysend:
  driver = redirect
  data = ${if eq{$authenticated_id}{nowak} {kowalski} }
  headers_remove = Subject
  headers_add = Subject: authenticated_id is $authenticated_id...
  unseen = yes

When user "nowak" sends mail to user "test", then user "kowalski" gets 
copy of that mail, but subject is NOT changed. So router is run, because 
$authenticated_id equals "nowak", so mail is copied to "kowalski". I 
DON'T understand why this time headers are not changed.

Do I have to file a BUG on this?

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Philip Hazel | 10 Apr 11:08 2007
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Re: Authenticated_id and redirect condition

On Sun, 8 Apr 2007, Leszek Dubiel wrote:

> I modified that router -- in third line i have put "authenticated_id" 
> instead of "local_part", so it looks like this:
> 
> copysend:
>   driver = redirect
>   data = ${if eq{$authenticated_id}{nowak} {kowalski} }
>   headers_remove = Subject
>   headers_add = Subject: authenticated_id is $authenticated_id...
>   unseen = yes
> 
> 
> When user "nowak" sends mail to user "test", then user "kowalski" gets 
> copy of that mail, but subject is NOT changed. So router is run, because 
> $authenticated_id equals "nowak", so mail is copied to "kowalski". I 
> DON'T understand why this time headers are not changed.

Try running with -d to get debugging information to see if that shows 
you what is happening.

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Leszek Dubiel | 10 Apr 18:30 2007
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Re: Authenticated_id and redirect condition


>> I modified that router -- in third line i have put "authenticated_id" 
>> instead of "local_part", so it looks like this:
>>
>> copysend:
>>   driver = redirect
>>   data = ${if eq{$authenticated_id}{nowak} {kowalski} }
>>   headers_remove = Subject
>>   headers_add = Subject: authenticated_id is $authenticated_id...
>>   unseen = yes
>>
>>
>> When user "nowak" sends mail to user "test", then user "kowalski" gets 
>> copy of that mail, but subject is NOT changed. So router is run, because 
>> $authenticated_id equals "nowak", so mail is copied to "kowalski". I 
>> DON'T understand why this time headers are not changed.
>>     
>
> Try running with -d to get debugging information to see if that shows 
> you what is happening.
>   

I have made as you suggested. Data is expanded as expected -- we get 
"kowalski". But when transport is beeing done headers are not added. If 
I replace "authenticated_id" in "data=" line with "local_part", then 
everything works ok -- mail is unseen copied to kowalski.

Below I describe problem in more detail.

I have made two tests:
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Philip Hazel | 11 Apr 10:22 2007
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Re: Authenticated_id and redirect condition

On Tue, 10 Apr 2007, Leszek Dubiel wrote:

> I have made as you suggested. Data is expanded as expected -- we get 
> "kowalski". But when transport is beeing done headers are not added. If 
> I replace "authenticated_id" in "data=" line with "local_part", then 
> everything works ok -- mail is unseen copied to kowalski.
> 
> Below I describe problem in more detail.

Thank you for all the detail. I will, when I have time, try to reproduce
the problem. But my first suggestion is that you upgrade from Exim 4.50
to the latest release, which is 4.66. There have been many changes since 
4.50. I did a quick scan of the ChangeLog, but I could not see anything 
that might relate to this.

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