[Rspamd-Users] Message size limiting in rpsamd
vsevolod at rspamd.com
Mon May 6 19:56:19 UTC 2019
On 06/05/2019 20:34, Tim Harman via Users wrote:
> On 07/05/2019 6:12 am, Sophie Loewenthal wrote:
>> I give up. Please disregard my question. Clearly its not what folk
>> want me to ask. I’ll work it myself.
>> Had also wanted to use rspamd in another way without a milter, but I
>> think I will find a way with /usr/bin/rspamc learn_spam and using find
>> to limit the input to this.
> No need to sulk. If someone posted on a car mailing list "Hey I want to
> drive my car down the road without tires what's the best way to do this"
> you're probably going to get a lot of "What the hell?" and a lot less
> "Have you tried train tracks?"
> The problem is that we don't understand what you're trying to achieve.
Yes, that's exactly that feeling I have about lots of questions here indeed.
> Normal mail flow logic (which is what most of us aim to apply) dictates
> that if you're going to accept a mail at the MTA level, to then be
> scanned, you don't then want to cause the milter to fail because the
> message is too large. It seems pointless - why accept a mail of size X
> only to reject/ignore it because it's greater than size Y> Anyway, to answer to your question, I'm 99% sure that rspamd has no such
> function, for exactly the reason above.
It actually has:
$ rspamadm confighelp -k max_message
Showing help for keyword max_message:
Configuration element: .options.max_message
Description: Maximum size of the message to be scanned (50Mb by default)
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