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    Posted: 04 December 2007 at 4:28pm
Instead of rejecting, can I send emails to the quarantine with no reverse IP.  As an ISP I want to block them but I have some business senders that are totally inept with their IP policies using DSL and no reverse lookup.  I can block a lot of spam usine the feature but need the ability to quarintine.  Is there a way to do this?
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Dwight,
 
Are you saying the no rDNS is flat out rejecting in your system.  Mine is sending to quarantine.  In your Filters.ini file, make sure the following line exists:
RejectNoReverseForceDelete=0
 
Example Quarantine content:
1   mcgraw@paolettilaw.net jui-fen@akagi.com Nothing indicates your confidence better than your penis size. 12/4/2007 4:46:57 PM Reverse DNS not found 557 Your IP 77.109.36.66 does not have a reverse DNS entry. Sender, (claiming to be jui-fen@akagi.com) contact your administrator. Disconnecting... SID=42 SFE


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Dwight,

In addition to Desperado's suggestion, you can also access the option to "do not quarantine" emails from that filter by going to the "Settings - Filter Settings" tab.
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Perhaps they do go to the quarantine.  I read the logs to mean that they were rejected and the connection dropped.  Should my logs say that?
 
Desperado, I'll check the ini file.
 
Roberto, I have the "do not quarantine" option unchecked.


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Dwight,
 
This is from my log:
12/04/07 19:59:29:061 -- (4036) - Reverse DNS not found -
12/04/07 19:59:29:061 -- (4036) 59.9.32.57 - Mail from: diethylstilbestrol@correo1. To: tony@tms.net will be rejected
12/04/07 19:59:31:936 -- (4036) Start virus scan
12/04/07 19:59:31:967 -- (4036) Starting quarantine procedures
12/04/07 19:59:31:967 -- (4036) Created thread (5992) to add email to quarantine
12/04/07 19:59:31:967 -- (5992) Adding to Quarantine file:Qrt2A23.tmp
12/04/07 19:59:31:998 -- (5992) EMail from diethylstilbestrol@correo1. to tony@tms.net was received and quarantined. Size: 1 KB, 1024 bytes
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I checked and in my domain filter the filters.ini did have RejectNoReverseForceDelete=0.
 Also after further examination of the threads mine is working correctly.  Thanks for the feedback.
 
 
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