In Line Signatures (inline.sig.in.html)

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jkosharek
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In Line Signatures (inline.sig.in.html)

Post by jkosharek » 30 Aug 2019 15:48

I am looking inline signatures for incoming mail that I previously had configured in v3 and it appears that the $hostname, id=$id&token, and $token in the 'Click here to report this message as spam.' link break this function in html and txt rules.

/usr/share/MailScanner/reports/en/inline.sig.in.html:
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<br /><a href="http://$hostname/cgi-bin/learn-msg.cgi?id=$id&token=$token">Click here to report this message as spam.</a>
<br />--
Test results html:
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I stripped out $hostname, $id&token, and $token all individually and any of them see to break adding the link on incoming emails. leave those out and it adds the bogus URL I tested in inline.sig.in.html

Was this function depreciated in v4? Is there a war to test the variables on the console?

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Re: In Line Signatures (inline.sig.in.html)

Post by shawniverson » 31 Aug 2019 12:39

CustomActions.pm from v3 overloads the functions in MailScanner necessary to enable these variables.

I am looking into bringing them back as a PHP API call instead of a CGI call.
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jkosharek
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Re: In Line Signatures (inline.sig.in.html)

Post by jkosharek » 01 Sep 2019 12:26

Is an update like this something that will be pushed out as an auto update?

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