[Rspamd-Users] Recently migrated from spamassassin to rspamd, open issues
a.16bit.sysop at gmail.com
Fri Feb 21 19:36:19 UTC 2020
You could try adding the name you want to /etc/hosts the rspamd website says just add:
header = 'X-Rspamd-Server';
remove = 0;
On Fri, 21 Feb 2020, 19:16 Michael Grimm, <trashcan at ellael.org <mailto:trashcan at ellael.org>> wrote:
dunc <a.16bit.sysop at gmail.com <mailto:a.16bit.sysop at gmail.com>> wrote
> To check what is enabled you can do an rspamadm configwizard
> It list modules and if disabled or not, then quit without changing anything.
Thanks a lot! That is exactly the information I need to know.
> I think the header string would be the milter_headers module.
Here I din't succeed. Whatever I tried to set the x-rspamd-server header, I ended up with the local hostname.
I do have zero to none experience with lua code, but the following snippet from milter_headers module source  ...
 https://github.com/rspamd/rspamd/blob/master/src/plugins/lua/milter_headers.lua <https://github.com/rspamd/rspamd/blob/master/src/plugins/lua/milter_headers.lua>
————— snip ————
routines['x-rspamd-server'] = function()
if skip_wanted('x-rspamd-server') then return end
if settings.routines['x-rspamd-server'].remove then
remove[settings.routines['x-rspamd-server'].header] = settings.routines['x-rspamd-server'].remove
add[settings.routines['x-rspamd-server'].header] = HOSTNAME
————— snap ————
… makes me believe that the x-rspamd-server header is hardcoded to local hostname, correct?
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