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by dbrunt
22 Jul 2016 22:15
Forum: 3.x Bugs
Topic: LDAP authentication fails on passwords with ">" character
Replies: 3
Views: 2534

LDAP authentication fails on passwords with ">" character

There seems to be an issue with LDAP authentication when the user's password contains special characters. The one I have diagnosed thus far contained the greater than character ">". LDAP authentication would report bad username or password. Changed Windows password and removed the ">" character and ...
by dbrunt
22 Jul 2016 21:49
Forum: 3.x Bugs
Topic: SQLGrey and excessive delay receiving email from Office365, etc.
Replies: 14
Views: 5823

Re: SQLGrey and excessive delay receiving email from Office365, etc.

The number of people using Office 365 is growing exponentially! Other sources of grief for SQLGrey are any Cloud email security solution like Symantec Cloud, McAfee/Intel's MXLogic (soon to retire), Barracuda, etc. where users route outbound email through their Cloud solution. MXLogic alone has 208....
by dbrunt
06 Jul 2016 18:21
Forum: 3.x Bugs
Topic: SQLGrey and excessive delay receiving email from Office365, etc.
Replies: 14
Views: 5823

SQLGrey and excessive delay receiving email from Office365, etc.

We've enabled greylisting but have noticed that emails from Office365 and others are getting delayed for hours or days. The problem occurs when the retry comes from different server IP, after different server IP, after different server IP. Whitelisting the sender domain works but only for known clie...
by dbrunt
13 Jun 2016 20:27
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: User specified HTTP &/or HTTPS ports
Replies: 3
Views: 2346

Re: User specified HTTP &/or HTTPS ports

That then breaks the link for internal users...
by dbrunt
01 Jun 2016 19:34
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: User specified HTTP &/or HTTPS ports
Replies: 3
Views: 2346

User specified HTTP &/or HTTPS ports

It would be very useful to be able to specify alternate ports for EFA to listen on, particularly for https:443 where that is typically redirected by firewall to Exchange server. The way it is now, we are forced to use port 80 for EFA so that quarantined emails can be released from outside the firewa...
by dbrunt
07 Apr 2016 21:47
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Blacklisting A Tricky Sender
Replies: 8
Views: 3777

Re: Blacklisting A Tricky Sender

I just discovered the same issue. My case though, massive SPAM from *@*.xyz and from *@*.*.top Your are correct, Mailscanner MailWatch white/blacklist does not allow wildcards. Just full domain name or full email address. But...SpamAssassin white/blacklist does allow wildcards! Login to Webmin (http...
by dbrunt
29 Dec 2015 20:39
Forum: Discussion
Topic: $postmastername and $localpostmaster - Where are they defined?
Replies: 14
Views: 3262

Re: $postmastername and $localpostmaster - Where are they defined?

I finally found where it is coming from:
/etc/MailScanner/reports/en/languages.conf:

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# Used in filename/filetype/content reports
MailScanner = MailScanner
by dbrunt
12 Dec 2015 01:09
Forum: Discussion
Topic: $postmastername and $localpostmaster - Where are they defined?
Replies: 14
Views: 3262

Re: $postmastername and $localpostmaster - Where are they defined?

That report is already working correctly. // The quarantine flag is only available on MailScanner >=4.43 // it will dramtically improved the speed of quarantine operations // but requires that you use the quarantine_maint.php in place of // the clean.quarantine script provided with MailScanner. defi...
by dbrunt
11 Dec 2015 17:47
Forum: Discussion
Topic: $postmastername and $localpostmaster - Where are they defined?
Replies: 14
Views: 3262

Re: $postmastername and $localpostmaster - Where are they defined?

Nope. Still says MailScanner...

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From: MailScanner [mailto:emailscanner@...] 
by dbrunt
07 Dec 2015 23:41
Forum: Discussion
Topic: $postmastername and $localpostmaster - Where are they defined?
Replies: 14
Views: 3262

Re: $postmastername and $localpostmaster - Where are they defined?

This is what we have currently: # The visible part of the email address used in the "From:" line of the # notices. The <user@domain> part of the email address is set to the # "Local Postmaster" setting. Notices From = CLOUDtility_Mail_Scanner # Where to send the notices. # This can also be the filen...
by dbrunt
07 Dec 2015 23:37
Forum: Discussion
Topic: $postmastername and $localpostmaster - Where are they defined?
Replies: 14
Views: 3262

Re: $postmastername and $localpostmaster - Where are they defined?

Yes, the MailScanner service was restarted.
by dbrunt
03 Dec 2015 18:24
Forum: Discussion
Topic: $postmastername and $localpostmaster - Where are they defined?
Replies: 14
Views: 3262

Re: $postmastername and $localpostmaster - Where are they defined?

I have changed "Notices From = CLOUDtility MailScanner" and "Local Postmaster = mailscanner" in /etc/MailScanner/MailScanner.conf. The variable $localpostmaster is reflected correctly in email generated as per /etc/mailscanner/reports/en/recipient.spam.report.txt but the variable $postmastername ("N...
by dbrunt
28 Nov 2015 00:11
Forum: Discussion
Topic: $postmastername and $localpostmaster - Where are they defined?
Replies: 14
Views: 3262

$postmastername and $localpostmaster - Where are they defined?

$postmastername and $localpostmaster - Where are they defined?

Thanks,
Daniel