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No more auto-whitelisting?

Dan Ratzlaff
I've been running ASSP 1.1.1 for a while now, and I'm finding out that
outgoing mails are not adding to the whitelist like they used to.
Outgoing mail is still going through ASSP, and adding whitelist entries
manually from the web interface or the email interface works fine.
 
This used to work.  Any ideas on where I should start looking?  The
config looks fine.
 
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RE: No more auto-whitelisting?

Dan Ratzlaff
Some additional information:

ASSP is running on Linux, passing messages to Postfix on the same
machine, which then sends mails to the Exchange 2000 server (for
incoming email) or out to the internet.  Exchange sends all it's
outgoing mail through ASSP.

This ASSP 1.1.1 installation was upgraded from 1.1.0, and it's possible
that the problem started shortly after the upgrade (as far as I can tell
from log files)


-----Original Message-----
From: [hidden email]
[mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Dan Ratzlaff
Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2006 10:21 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [Assp-user] No more auto-whitelisting?

I've been running ASSP 1.1.1 for a while now, and I'm finding out that
outgoing mails are not adding to the whitelist like they used to.
Outgoing mail is still going through ASSP, and adding whitelist entries
manually from the web interface or the email interface works fine.
 
This used to work.  Any ideas on where I should start looking?  The
config looks fine.
 
________________________________

Dan Ratzlaff
Network Administrator
Mental Health Center of East Central Kansas
[hidden email]



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Re: No more auto-whitelisting?

Micheal Espinola Jr
What do your logs say for the outbound messages?  Are they being proxied without processing?
 
Is localDomains configured properly?

 
On 3/1/06, Dan Ratzlaff <[hidden email]> wrote:
Some additional information:

ASSP is running on Linux, passing messages to Postfix on the same
machine, which then sends mails to the Exchange 2000 server (for
incoming email) or out to the internet.  Exchange sends all it's
outgoing mail through ASSP.

This ASSP 1.1.1 installation was upgraded from 1.1.0, and it's possible
that the problem started shortly after the upgrade (as far as I can tell
from log files)


-----Original Message-----
From: [hidden email]
[mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Dan Ratzlaff
Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2006 10:21 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [Assp-user] No more auto-whitelisting?

I've been running ASSP 1.1.1 for a while now, and I'm finding out that
outgoing mails are not adding to the whitelist like they used to.
Outgoing mail is still going through ASSP, and adding whitelist entries
manually from the web interface or the email interface works fine.

This used to work.  Any ideas on where I should start looking?  The
config looks fine.

________________________________

Dan Ratzlaff
Network Administrator
Mental Health Center of East Central Kansas
[hidden email]



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RE: No more auto-whitelisting?

Dan Ratzlaff
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I think I have localDomains correct. We have 3, and I've also included our external IP address so email addressed to [hidden email] gets through as per RFC's. I also have the pseudo-domain "mhceck.nospam" set up in there for the email interface.  No extra spaces or pipes at the end.

The log entries for outgoing emails are simply:

Mar-1-06 16:11:20 Connected: 192.168.0.4:37589
Mar-1-06 16:11:20 192.168.0.4 <[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] Recipient accepted: [hidden email]
Mar-1-06 16:11:24 192.168.0.4 <[hidden email]> to: [hidden email] local or whitelisted - (no bad attachments)


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From: [hidden email] [[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Micheal Espinola Jr
Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2006 3:47 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Assp-user] No more auto-whitelisting?


What do your logs say for the outbound messages?  Are they being proxied without processing?

Is localDomains configured properly?


On 3/1/06, Dan Ratzlaff <[hidden email]> wrote:

        Some additional information:
       
        ASSP is running on Linux, passing messages to Postfix on the same
        machine, which then sends mails to the Exchange 2000 server (for
        incoming email) or out to the internet.  Exchange sends all it's
        outgoing mail through ASSP.
       
        This ASSP 1.1.1 installation was upgraded from 1.1.0, and it's possible
        that the problem started shortly after the upgrade (as far as I can tell
        from log files)
       
       
        -----Original Message-----
        From: [hidden email]
        [mailto: [hidden email] <[hidden email]> ] On Behalf Of Dan Ratzlaff
        Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2006 10:21 AM
        To: [hidden email]
        Subject: [Assp-user] No more auto-whitelisting?
       
        I've been running ASSP 1.1.1 for a while now, and I'm finding out that
        outgoing mails are not adding to the whitelist like they used to.
        Outgoing mail is still going through ASSP, and adding whitelist entries
        manually from the web interface or the email interface works fine.
       
        This used to work.  Any ideas on where I should start looking?  The
        config looks fine.
       
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        Network Administrator
        Mental Health Center of East Central Kansas
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Re: No more auto-whitelisting?

Fritz Borgstedt

>I think I have localDomains correct. We have 3, and I've also
>included our external IP address so email addressed to
>[hidden email] gets through as per RFC's. I also have the
>pseudo-domain "mhceck.nospam" set up in there for the email
>interface.  No extra spaces or pipes at the end.
>
>The log entries for outgoing emails are simply:
>
>Mar-1-06 16:11:20 Connected: 192.168.0.4:37589
>Mar-1-06 16:11:20 192.168.0.4 <[hidden email]> to:
>[hidden email] Recipient accepted: [hidden email]
>Mar-1-06 16:11:24 192.168.0.4 <[hidden email]> to:
>[hidden email] local or whitelisted - (no bad attachments)

Assuming that you correctly have  192.168. in your >Accept all mail<
and the address is not really whitelisted it looks like you have to
much added to your "local" definition. Obviously ASSP sees
>[hidden email]
 as a local address.

There are two boxes in ASSP: one for domains, one for hosts. Check
them. And check >Accept all mail<.



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RE: No more auto-whitelisting?

Carnes, Jim
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Dan,
 
I had the exact same problem about  2 years ago.  Automatic Whitelisting just stopped working.  Submissions manually to the whitelist email address or the web interface would work but regular flowing mail would not.  I checked all my settings and they appeared correct.  I was on the verge of giving up on ASSP.  I have no idea if this will fix it but  here is what I did back in august of 04. 
 
"All I did was change the whitelist db entry from whitelist to whitelistnew, apply the changes and then change it back.  All of a sudden whamo  "whitelist additions:" started showing up and sure enough my list was being updated.  Understand that no config changes have occurred.  I don't know why that worked "
 
 
Jim
 

 
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RE: No more auto-whitelisting?

Dan Ratzlaff
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I found the problem.  It was in my RedRE.  A while back I copied/pasted someone's RedRE that they posted to this list.  I must not have copied it right, cause it was set to this:

\Wautoreply\W|\nContent-Type:.*?multipart\/report;.*?report-type.*?\=.*?delivery-status|report-type=disposition-notification|Content-Type\:

If I'm reading that right, anything with "Content-Type:" will get redlisted.  Which would be most everything.  I must have left off the end of that expression.  Taking that part off makes everything right again.

-----Original Message-----
From: [hidden email] [[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Fritz Borgstedt
Sent: Thursday, March 02, 2006 1:49 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Assp-user] No more auto-whitelisting?


>I think I have localDomains correct. We have 3, and I've also
>included our external IP address so email addressed to
>[hidden email] gets through as per RFC's. I also have the
>pseudo-domain "mhceck.nospam" set up in there for the email
>interface.  No extra spaces or pipes at the end.
>
>The log entries for outgoing emails are simply:
>
>Mar-1-06 16:11:20 Connected: 192.168.0.4:37589
>Mar-1-06 16:11:20 192.168.0.4 <[hidden email]> to:
>[hidden email] Recipient accepted: [hidden email]
>Mar-1-06 16:11:24 192.168.0.4 <[hidden email]> to:
>[hidden email] local or whitelisted - (no bad attachments)

Assuming that you correctly have  192.168. in your >Accept all mail<
and the address is not really whitelisted it looks like you have to
much added to your "local" definition. Obviously ASSP sees
>[hidden email]
 as a local address.

There are two boxes in ASSP: one for domains, one for hosts. Check
them. And check >Accept all mail<.



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