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edit blacklist in the gui, saving changes issue in 1.3.3.2

Dave Emory
Dave Emory wrote:
For whatever reason, sourceforge.net's IP address got into the pb
blacklist. I found the IP address in the gui edit window, and deleted them.
When I hit the
save changes button, the edit window didn't redisplay the file
contents. Instead, Windows showed the browser default screen for when
it can't find the URL:

The page you are looking for is currently unavailable. The Web site
might be experiencing technical difficulties, or you may need to
adjust your browser settings.

You don't have to actually change anything in the database file to
see the problem; just hit the save changes button.  Saving the
whitebox appears to work as expected, displaying a file save success
message.


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Re: edit blacklist in the gui, saving changes issue in 1.3.3.2

Kevin-158
Dave Emory wrote:

> Dave Emory wrote:
> For whatever reason, sourceforge.net's IP address got into the pb
> blacklist. I found the IP address in the gui edit window, and deleted them.
> When I hit the
> save changes button, the edit window didn't redisplay the file
> contents. Instead, Windows showed the browser default screen for when
> it can't find the URL:
>
> The page you are looking for is currently unavailable. The Web site
> might be experiencing technical difficulties, or you may need to
> adjust your browser settings.
>
> You don't have to actually change anything in the database file to
> see the problem; just hit the save changes button.  Saving the
> whitebox appears to work as expected, displaying a file save success
> message.

Works for me. ASSP v1.3.3.2(39)

How large is your black box file?

OS?
Perl version?
Browser? (guessing IE)

Kevin


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Re: edit blacklist in the gui, saving changes issue in 1.3.3.2

Fritz Borgstedt
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[hidden email] schreibt:
>For whatever reason, sourceforge.net's IP address got into the pb
>blacklist. I found the IP address in the gui edit window, and deleted
>them.

It is a better idea to delete the IP from blackbox by adding the ip to
the whiteListedIPs.


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Re: edit blacklist in the gui, saving changes issue in 1.3.3.2

Dave Emory
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Kevin wrote:

> Dave Emory wrote:
>> Dave Emory wrote:
>> For whatever reason, sourceforge.net's IP address got into the pb
>> blacklist. I found the IP address in the gui edit window, and
>> deleted them. When I hit the
>> save changes button, the edit window didn't redisplay the file
>> contents. Instead, Windows showed the browser default screen for when
>> it can't find the URL:
>>
>> The page you are looking for is currently unavailable. The Web site
>> might be experiencing technical difficulties, or you may need to
>> adjust your browser settings.
>>
>> You don't have to actually change anything in the database file to
>> see the problem; just hit the save changes button.  Saving the
>> whitebox appears to work as expected, displaying a file save success
>> message.
>
> Works for me. ASSP v1.3.3.2(39)
>
> How large is your black box file?
>
> OS?
> Perl version?
> Browser? (guessing IE)
>
> Kevin
The file has 1,297 KB.  Running on a Win2K Server, Activestate Perl build
820, browser is IE.


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Odd Whitelist entires

Steve Thompson-10
Here is the log when I try to whitelist addresses:

Aug-21-07 09:58:08 Email whitelist addition:
title=[hidden email]
Aug-21-07 09:58:08 Email whitelist addition: [hidden email]

Is this normal to have the first line that has "title=3d" before the actual
address?

"title=3d" is in front of EVERY whitelist addition that I do from the email
interface.

Thanks for any insight.

Steve T



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Re: Odd Whitelist entires

Micheal Espinola Jr  (mobile)
Steve Thompson wrote:
> "title=3d" is in front of EVERY whitelist addition that I do from the email
> interface.

Wow, what version?  I haven't seen that happen in an extremely long time.

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Re: Odd Whitelist entires

Steve Thompson-10
> Wow, what version?  I haven't seen that happen in an
> extremely long time.


1.3.3.2 (40)

Just downloaded it.  It has been happening for quite a few of the builds
lately, but I am just now getting around to posting.  I thought it was a
freak accident before, so I didn't pay much attention to it til I did a
manual white list this morning and noticed it.



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Re: Odd Whitelist entires

Fritz Borgstedt
[hidden email] schreibt:
>Just downloaded it.  It has been happening for quite a few of the
>builds
>lately, but I am just now getting around to posting.  I thought it
>was a
>freak accident before, so I didn't pay much attention to it til I did
>a
>manual white list this morning and noticed it.

Since 1.3.3.1 we accept "=" in the addresses, so you may have seen
that not before.
I think you are writing in some formating to the server.

Send to my enail your report to white, that I can see it.

My test with your address is;

ug-21-07 19:22:10 id-6930c9858 62.157.206.197 <[hidden email]> email
whitelist addition
Aug-21-07 19:22:10 Email whitelist addition: [hidden email]

and in the report:

Report from: [hidden email]
[hidden email]: added to whitelist




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Re: Odd Whitelist entires

Paul Whelan-2
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On 21 Aug 2007 at 10:01, Steve Thompson wrote:

> "title=3d" is in front of EVERY whitelist addition that I do from the email
> interface.

Looks like QP encoding.

paul


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Re: Odd Whitelist entires

Micheal Espinola Jr  (mobile)
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I would like to add this:  Ever few months I take a peak at my whitelist
to see how its doing - and at the top of the alphabetized list I will
have 3-5 addresses that have a ' (apostrophe) preceding the address.  No
other corruption to speak of - just this odd-ball apostrophe thing.

It would be great if perhaps there was some automation in checking for
there erroneous first characters and stripping them.

It's just an idea since we are on the subject right now.  I don't know
if its feasible or within RFCs to do so - but it is something I find
myself doing every once in a while.

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Re: Odd Whitelist entires

Hill, Brett
Back when I had Exchange 5.5 and was running earlier versions of ASSP
like 1.0.12, usually 50% of my whitelist started with "'".  Now that I'm
using Exchange 2003, I've got like 8 with apostrophe's and 1 that starts
with "&to=3d" (not sure if 3d's part of the email address or not).  I
don't know if it's Exchange related or if it has just been reduced
because of newer versions of ASSP.

-----Original Message-----
From: [hidden email]
[mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Micheal
Espinola Jr
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2007 2:16 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Assp-test] Odd Whitelist entires

I would like to add this:  Ever few months I take a peak at my whitelist
to see how its doing - and at the top of the alphabetized list I will
have 3-5 addresses that have a ' (apostrophe) preceding the address.  No
other corruption to speak of - just this odd-ball apostrophe thing.

It would be great if perhaps there was some automation in checking for
there erroneous first characters and stripping them.

It's just an idea since we are on the subject right now.  I don't know
if its feasible or within RFCs to do so - but it is something I find
myself doing every once in a while.

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Re: Odd Whitelist entires

Steve Thompson-10
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>
> My test with your address is;
>
> ug-21-07 19:22:10 id-6930c9858 62.157.206.197 <[hidden email]>
> email whitelist addition
> Aug-21-07 19:22:10 Email whitelist addition: [hidden email]
>
> and in the report:
>
> Report from: [hidden email]
> [hidden email]: added to whitelist


It works fine if I send a blank message with the email address in it to
white, but I get the title 3d when I forward the received message to white.

I forwarded you the white report Fritz



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Re: Odd Whitelist entires

Fritz Borgstedt
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>because of newer versions of ASSP.

we are stripping the "'".


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Re: Odd Whitelist entires

Fritz Borgstedt
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>
>It would be great if perhaps there was some automation in checking for
>there erroneous first characters and stripping them.

when was your last check ?
 1.3.1 did stripping.



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Re: Odd Whitelist entires

Fritz Borgstedt
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>
>It's just an idea since we are on the subject right now

There were requests to remove the check on "=" in addresses. What is
your opinion: are there really companies out there which use "=" in
addresses and why do they do it.

I tend to use the following regex for checking adddresses:

"[^()<>@,;:\\\"\\[\\]\000-\040]+"


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Re: Odd Whitelist entires

Micheal Espinola Jr  (mobile)
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Fritz Borgstedt wrote:
> when was your last check ?
>  1.3.1 did stripping.

I checked just before I sent the message.  I had three.

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Re: Odd Whitelist entires

Robert Sterba
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After reading this I will say it likely has something to do with the email coming from Exchange. I've been using ASSP with an exchange 5.5 server and noticed right away that I would have duplicate addresses. One with a ' and the other without. I just thought this was normal. lol Now looking at it I see that it's not all but most. Now that I know this is not "normal" I'll be deleting the ones with a ' .



----- Original Message ----
From: "Hill, Brett" <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email]
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2007 1:23:40 PM
Subject: Re: [Assp-test] Odd Whitelist entires


Back when I had Exchange 5.5 and was running earlier versions of ASSP
like 1.0.12, usually 50% of my whitelist started with "'".  Now that I'm
using Exchange 2003, I've got like 8 with apostrophe's and 1 that starts
with "&to=3d" (not sure if 3d's part of the email address or not).  I
don't know if it's Exchange related or if it has just been reduced
because of newer versions of ASSP.

-----Original Message-----
From: [hidden email]
[mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Micheal
Espinola Jr
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2007 2:16 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Assp-test] Odd Whitelist entires

I would like to add this:  Ever few months I take a peak at my whitelist
to see how its doing - and at the top of the alphabetized list I will
have 3-5 addresses that have a ' (apostrophe) preceding the address.  No
other corruption to speak of - just this odd-ball apostrophe thing.

It would be great if perhaps there was some automation in checking for
there erroneous first characters and stripping them.

It's just an idea since we are on the subject right now.  I don't know
if its feasible or within RFCs to do so - but it is something I find
myself doing every once in a while.

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Re: Odd Whitelist entires

Micheal Espinola Jr  (mobile)
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Even so, that really shouldn't matter.  But perhaps the headers should be looked in to.
--
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-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Sterba <[hidden email]>
Date: Tuesday, Aug 21, 2007 4:47 pm
Subject: Re: [Assp-test] Odd Whitelist entires
To: [hidden email]-To: [hidden email]

After reading this I will say it likely has something to do with the email coming from Exchange. I've been using ASSP with an exchange 5.5 server and noticed right away that I would have duplicate addresses. One with a ' and the other without. I just thought this was normal. lol Now looking at it I see that it's not all but most. Now that I know this is not "normal" I'll be deleting the ones with a ' .

>
>
>
>----- Original Message ----
>From: "Hill, Brett" <[hidden email]>
>To: [hidden email]
>Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2007 1:23:40 PM
>Subject: Re: [Assp-test] Odd Whitelist entires
>
>
>Back when I had Exchange 5.5 and was running earlier versions of ASSP like 1.0.12, usually 50% of my whitelist started with "'".  Now that I'm using Exchange 2003, I've got like 8 with apostrophe's and 1 that starts with "&to=3d" (not sure if 3d's part of the email address or not).  I don't know if it's Exchange related or if it has just been reduced
>because of newer versions of ASSP.
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: [hidden email]
>[mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Micheal Espinola Jr
>Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2007 2:16 PM
>To: [hidden email]
>Subject: Re: [Assp-test] Odd Whitelist entires
>
>I would like to add this:  Ever few months I take a peak at my whitelist to see how its doing - and at the top of the alphabetized list I will have 3-5 addresses that have a ' (apostrophe) preceding t


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Re: Odd Whitelist entires

Fritz Borgstedt

>But perhaps the headers should be looked in to.

And then do what?

This adresses are RFC valid.

But anyway I put an option into the last version to ignore adresses
with "=".


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Re: Odd Whitelist entires

Micheal Espinola Jr  (mobile)
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I don't know - perhaps that's why they should be looked into - if the only people seeing this use Exchange (like me).

I'm not saying you. I'm just saying - because I agree with the othe assessment that this was worse in older versions of Exchange.
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Date: Tuesday, Aug 21, 2007 5:26 pm
Subject: Re: [Assp-test] Odd Whitelist entires
To: [hidden email]-To: [hidden email]


>>But perhaps the headers should be looked in to.
>
>And then do what?
>
>This adresses are RFC valid.
>
>But anyway I put an option into the last version to ignore adresses with "=".
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