Hi Everyone,

On Apr 6, 2015, at 12:45 AM, Konstantin via spamdyke-users
<spamdyke-users@spamdyke.org> wrote:

Hi Sam,

Thank you very much for what you are doing. I'm testing spamdyke
5.0.0 now and I found spamdyke-qrv feature very useful. Sometimes it
crashes, but still usable. :)

I'm trying to make some exceptions for emails that comes from a
certain IP subnets using
config-dir=/etc/spamdyke/config.d

mail spamdyke # cat /etc/spamdyke/config.d/_ip_/10/1
reject-empty-rdns=0
reject-sender=none

And it doesn't seem working for me. Did I missed something?

On 2015-04-07 18:06, Sam Clippinger via spamdyke-users wrote:
It's hard to say without more information. From what you've shown, it
looks like the reject-empty-dns and reject-sender filters should be
deactivated for any connections from 10.1.x.x. But if that's not
working, could you post your full config and some log messages? I'd
also suggest running the config-test feature to look for problems;
sometimes it's as simple as permissions on a folder.

You are correct. Instead of creating MX records and resolvable PTR records for every local server I'm just trying to skip these checks when connecton comes from a certain IP addresses.

My current spamdyke configuration is:
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
log-level=verbose
tls-certificate-file=/var/qmail/control/servercert.pem
graylist-level=always
graylist-dir=/var/tmp/spamdyke/graylist
graylist-exception-ip-file=/etc/spamdyke/graylist-exception-ip-file
graylist-exception-rdns-file=/etc/spamdyke/graylist-exception-rdns-file
graylist-max-secs=3369600
graylist-min-secs=50
reject-empty-rdns
reject-unresolvable-rdns
reject-sender=no-mx
rejection-text-recipient-same-as-sender
rhs-blacklist-entry=sbl-xbl.spamhaus.org
greeting-delay-secs=0
max-recipients=100
connection-timeout-secs=1800
idle-timeout-secs=120
config-dir=/etc/spamdyke/config.d
rdns-blacklist-file=/etc/spamdyke/rdns-keyword-blacklist-file
ip-blacklist-file=/etc/spamdyke/ip-blacklist-file
reject-recipient=invalid
recipient-validation-command=/usr/local/bin/spamdyke-qrv
-----------------------------------------------------------------------

I don't think that file/directory permissions issue happens in my case. As long as I'm seeing from excessive logs spamdyke reads the change:

DEBUG(process_config_dir()@configuration.c:4469): searching for config dir at /etc/spamdyke/config.d/_ip_ DEBUG(process_config_dir()@configuration.c:4496): searching for config file or dir at /etc/spamdyke/config.d/_ip_/10/1/5/4 DEBUG(process_config_dir()@configuration.c:4496): searching for config file or dir at /etc/spamdyke/config.d/_ip_/10/1/5 DEBUG(process_config_dir()@configuration.c:4496): searching for config file or dir at /etc/spamdyke/config.d/_ip_/10/1 DEBUG(process_config_dir()@configuration.c:4509): reading configuration file: /etc/spamdyke/config.d/_ip_/10/1 EXCESSIVE(process_config_file()@configuration.c:4351): set configuration option reject-empty-rdns from file /etc/spamdyke/config.d/_ip_/10/1, line 1: 0 EXCESSIVE(process_config_file()@configuration.c:4351): set configuration option reject-sender from file /etc/spamdyke/config.d/_ip_/10/1, line 2: none

I'll send you my excessive log output personally if you have a time to look at it.

--
BR,
Konstantin
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