[Rspamd-Users] What is "temporarily rejected" on Throughput page?
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Sun Sep 1 12:56:32 UTC 2019
Alexander Moisseev via Users wrote on Thu, 29 Aug 2019 19:05:47 +0300:
> "Temporarily rejected" means 'soft reject' for any other reason except
> greylisting, e.g. rate limiting, explicit action set by user in Force
> Actions module or in Lua script, etc.
Coming back to that ...
I notice that most greylisting is marked as "soft reject" on the History
page, but as "greylisting" on the Status and Throughput pages. If I select
"greylist" in the filter box I get "nothing" most of the time, because
most greylisting is marked as soft reject. This makes for the weird
situation that I may have 10, 20 or more % greylist on the Status or
Throughput pages but the History doesn't show a single greylisted item. On
the other hand the History will show lots of soft rejected messages, but
Statistics will say there weren't any (Temporarily rejected), which is a
sense correct, of course.
Shouldn't these figures be the same accross the various tabs? e.g. if it
was greylisted it should have the greylist label in the History and not
the soft reject label. All other soft reject actions should have soft
It looks to me like the only messages that get marked with a greylist
label are those scoring exactly 4.00 = the (default) score for
greylisting. Any new message above that threshold gets a soft reject
instead of a greylist. Or, more exactly, it might be those messages that
score high enough that they would trigger another action (rewrite_subject
or add_header) if not greylisted first. Is this the distinction between
the two? It's confusing.
A related question:
Which messages exactly get counted as "greylisted" on the Throughput page?
Are it all messages regardless of the later action (= duplicate counting)?
Or do you deduct all messages that trigger another action later?
Are these 100 messages that were greylisted but ultimately found to be
clean? Or are these 100 greylisted messages where there was no second
attempt of delivery? In other words: is the "Total messages" count a
unique count or does it count messages twice (e.g. 1. grey list, 2.
another action if it gets delivered a second time)?
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