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    Posted: 22 July 2004 at 10:17am
Hi Roberto,

That was the whole log sequence. I only removed names for privacy sake.

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- Al
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote LogSat Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 July 2004 at 11:56pm

Al,

Yahoo sent two emails in the same session (thread 3784). The first was whitelisted and delivered to your destination smtp server because of the whitelisted keywords [insert forum name here]. The 2nd one instead was blocked for a reason I can't honestly understand yet. Are there any other entries in the log sequence that you did not post or is that the whole thing?

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Howdy,

Here's the setup: SF 2.1.1.367 A forum name that I belong to is in the Whitelist / Keywords

Log entry is: 07/19/04 19:30:57:566 -- (3784) Connection from: 66.218.xx.xx - Originating country : United States 07/19/04 19:30:58:971 -- (3784) Resolving 66.218.xx.xx - n14.grp.scd.yahoo.com 07/19/04 19:30:58:971 -- (3784) Mail from: al=mydomain.com@returns.groups.yahoo.com 07/19/04 19:30:59:408 -- (3784) - MAPS search done... 07/19/04 19:30:59:408 -- (3784) RCPT TO: al@mydomain.com accepted 07/19/04 19:31:01:172 -- (3784) Found Keywords: [insert forum name here] 07/19/04 19:31:01:172 -- (3784) Bypassed all rules for: al@mydomain.com from al=mydomain.com@returns.groups.yahoo.com 07/19/04 19:31:01:188 -- (3784) EMail from al=mydomain.com@returns.groups.yahoo.com to al@mydomain.com was queued. Size: 1 KB, 1024 bytes 07/19/04 19:31:01:188 -- (2448) Sending email from anton@hisdomain.com to al@mydomain.com 07/19/04 19:31:01:250 -- (1012) Time to add Msg to Bayes corpus:0 07/19/04 19:31:01:344 -- (2448) EMail from anton@hisdomain.com to al@mydomain.com was forwarded to 192.168.1.4:25 07/19/04 19:31:02:374 -- (3784) Mail from: al=mydomain.com@returns.groups.yahoo.com 07/19/04 19:31:02:374 -- (3784) 66.218.66.69 - Mail from: al=mydomain.com@returns.groups.yahoo.com To: al@mydomain.com will be quarantined 07/19/04 19:31:04:700 -- (3784) EMail from al=mydomain.com@returns.groups.yahoo.com to al@mydomain.com was received and quarantined. Size: 3 KB, 3072 bytes 07/19/04 19:31:04:747 -- (1012) Time to add Msg to Bayes corpus:0 07/19/04 19:31:05:122 -- (3784) Disconnect

In the Quarantine DB I have: RejectDesc: Keywords found in content RejectDetails:

That's it. The message isn't delivered. Now the only other thing that I think might be a clue is that I did have 1 message delivered at 7:31 PM in the same forum, but the contents of it are different then the contents of the one stuck in the DB. Is yahoo sending two message in one email and the SpamFilter chokes on it?

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- Al
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