Alessio Cecchi | 2 Nov 16:15 2009
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Re: Re: Problem: no envelope information

Tommy ha scritto:
> Hi Tonix and all,
> 
> May I know where can I find the patch?
> 
> If I use fixcrio, it fixed the problem but generates another problem:
> TLS_connect_failed:_error:0D07209B:asn1_encoding_routines:ASN1_get_object:
> too_longZConnected_to_123.456.789.012_but_connection_died._error:
> 0D07209B:asn1_encoding_routines:ASN1_get_object:too_long_(#4.4.2)/
> Seems TLS connection from another qmail is not accepted after adding fixcrio
> 
> Secondly, many of my servers which are using qmail starts to reject email
> from hotmail because of bare LF, some of my servers are compiled by
> Shupp's toaster, and some are Plesk system, is there a solution for
> fixing non-complied qmail system such as Plesk?

Hi Tommy,

try using spamdyke:

http://www.spamdyke.org/documentation/README.html

Read about "How spamdyke works: When a message is not blocked"

Bye

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alexus | 5 Nov 06:09 2009
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regex

can someone give me an example of regex for field from that contains
word viagra?

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egoitz | 5 Nov 09:28 2009
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Re: regex

Hi!,

^viagra$ would match... but you could try you're own regular expressions
and try them in :

http://www.quanetic.com/Regex

But I think it would be better to use this rule for being searched in the
body message or subject rather than the from of the message.

Bye!!

> can someone give me an example of regex for field from that contains
> word viagra?
>
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alexus | 23 Nov 03:02 2009
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Re: regex

On Thu, Nov 5, 2009 at 3:28 AM,  <egoitz@...> wrote:
> Hi!,
>
> ^viagra$ would match... but you could try you're own regular expressions
> and try them in :
>
> http://www.quanetic.com/Regex
>
> But I think it would be better to use this rule for being searched in the
> body message or subject rather than the from of the message.
>
> Bye!!
>
>
>> can someone give me an example of regex for field from that contains
>> word viagra?
>>
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>> http://alexus.org/
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Giovanni Bajo | 23 Nov 14:56 2009

Re: regex

On Sun, 2009-11-22 at 21:02 -0500, alexus wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 5, 2009 at 3:28 AM,  <egoitz@...> wrote:
> > Hi!,
> >
> > ^viagra$ would match... but you could try you're own regular expressions
> > and try them in :
> >
> > http://www.quanetic.com/Regex
> >
> > But I think it would be better to use this rule for being searched in the
> > body message or subject rather than the from of the message.
> >
> > Bye!!
> >
> >
> >> can someone give me an example of regex for field from that contains
> >> word viagra?
> >>
> >> --
> >> http://alexus.org/
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
> >
> > 
> >
> >
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alexus | 23 Nov 16:55 2009
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Re: regex

>
> The point is that those patterns will change over time and your regex
> will get useless very soon. SpamAssassin fights this war for you
> already, why do you want to do it by yourself?
>
> Besides, if I had such naive patterns installed as the ones you propose,
> I could not have answered your e-mail because it would have been marked
> as spam :)
> --
> Giovanni Bajo
> Develer S.r.l.
> http://www.develer.com
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of course these patterns will get outdates eventually
but as far as i see now a lot of emails would get match
and instead of SA to check, i'd rather SIMSCAN to refuse them on SMTP
level, hens less resources used
just an example in my quarantine email I have 1917 emails and 1765
matched "Pfizer.", so that's more then 90% i just "waste" my resources
instead of refusing emails right away

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alexus | 26 Nov 22:57 2009
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Re: regex

i just tried

:clam=yes,spam=yes,spam_hits=10.0,regex=^Subject\x3a.+Pfizer\.$

it didn't match :(

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Rick Macdougall | 26 Nov 23:12 2009

W

alexus wrote:
> i just tried
> 
> :clam=yes,spam=yes,spam_hits=10.0,regex=^Subject\x3a.+Pfizer\.$
> 
> it didn't match :(
> 
> 

What were you trying to match exactly ?

I'd use something like

regex=^Subject.*Pfizer.*  To match a Subject line with Pfizer in it.

Regards,

Rick

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alexus | 28 Nov 21:38 2009
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Re: W

On Thu, Nov 26, 2009 at 5:12 PM, Rick Macdougall <rickm@...> wrote:
> alexus wrote:
>>
>> i just tried
>>
>> :clam=yes,spam=yes,spam_hits=10.0,regex=^Subject\x3a.+Pfizer\.$
>>
>> it didn't match :(
>>
>>
>
> What were you trying to match exactly ?
>
> I'd use something like
>
> regex=^Subject.*Pfizer.*  To match a Subject line with Pfizer in it.
>
> Regards,
>
> Rick
>
>
> 
>
>

i tried this, and still won't match

:clam=yes,spam=yes,spam_hits=10.0,regex=^Subject\x3a.*Pfizer\.$

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Hugo Monteiro | 28 Nov 22:05 2009
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Re: W

alexus wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 26, 2009 at 5:12 PM, Rick Macdougall <rickm@...> wrote:
>   
>> alexus wrote:
>>     
>>> i just tried
>>>
>>> :clam=yes,spam=yes,spam_hits=10.0,regex=^Subject\x3a.+Pfizer\.$
>>>
>>> it didn't match :(
>>>
>>>
>>>       
>> What were you trying to match exactly ?
>>
>> I'd use something like
>>
>> regex=^Subject.*Pfizer.*  To match a Subject line with Pfizer in it.
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Rick
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>     
>
> i tried this, and still won't match
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