[Rspamd-Users] Filtering outgoing emails
tim at muppetz.com
Sat May 11 00:16:31 UTC 2019
On 11/05/2019 11:18 am, Philippe Paget wrote:
> Good point Tim, the Wifi was of and I didn't check before sending the
> email. Sorry.
> This time it's correct, here is the headers from a TRUE local
> X-Spamd-Result: default: False [15.60 / 30.00];
> DMARC_POLICY_SOFTFAIL(0.10)[tatm.com : No valid SPF, No valid
> DIRECT_TO_MX(0.00)[K-9 Mail for Android];
> RCVD_IN_DNSWL_FAIL(0.00)[188.8.131.52.list.dnswl.org:server fail];
> ASN(0.00)[asn:51207, ipnet:184.108.40.206/12, country:FR];
> According to this page from manual :
> I have check for the "local_addrs" variable, and 192.168.0.112 should
> be seen as a local IP.
> I don't have setup anything regarding this outbound email problem.
> Maybe Rspamd need more to identify outgoing traffic, but I don't see
> what I could add.
I still think there's another hop in here somewhere.
That indicates to me (and maybe I'm wrong) that 220.127.116.11 is the
host making the connection.
It then ANNOUNCES itself as HFILTER_HELO_BADIP(4.50)[192.168.0.112,1];
Do you have NAT or something going on here? Can you post the logs of
your mailserver when it gets the mail from your K9 client?
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