> > > > Simscan isn't replacing qmail-smtpd, so this isn't strictly an smtp > > limitation. Perhaps I'm just not getting it, but why wouldn't the > > following work: > > Email comes in for users A, B and C. A and B have an SA threshold of 5, > > C has a threshold of 9. The message scores at 7. Delete A and B from the > > recipient list when queueing the message, and tell qmail-smtpd to accept > > the message since at least one recipient will be receiving the message. > > Since the other two users consider it spam, they don't really care what > > the remote side thinks. Other scenarios are just as easy to work through > > in a way that'd work. > > that would require queueing multiple messages from the same SMTP > conversation. > > what happens if on the 49th recipient of a 50 recipient message, the > queueing > fails? Your 'solution' is ugly, and simply will not work. > No, it wouldn't require this. It would require that you edit the recipient list prior to queueing. There's nothing 'ugly' that I can see about that process. <snip> > > yes, and again this has all been discussed on the simscan mailing list. > Please read the several threads there, paying close attention to my posts. > I > cover most of these issues in detail. > > -Jeremy I attempted to use the archive of the simscan list, and found one discussion which ended with the abrupt declaration from you that it couldn't be done. Perhaps you could point me at a thread where there's real discussion of this?
Also, would it be more effective if I simply submitted a simscan patch which implemented the functionality I'm talking about, to show it can be done (or to learn it can't) rather than discussing how it could? Nick Harring Sr. System Administrator Parus Interactive