From: Anthony Howe
Date: 2006-07-21 04:27:55 -0400
Subject: Re: Q: separate milter-link policy for +test-links?
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Alex Broens wrote:
> On 7/21/2006 10:04 AM, Anthony Howe wrote:
>> Daniel Krones has suggested to me that it might be better to have a
>> separate policy for +test-links disjoint from the URI BL policy. I'm
>> sort of on the fence with this one.
>> Part of me says, sure why not? Might get more people to try
>> +test-links without weakening the URI BL policy.
>> But then the purest in me says no. If a link is bad from a valid
>> sender, then rejecting that message would notify them that they
>> probably made a mistake and to try again. However, discarding as
>> Daniel does would probably wouldn't help notify the sender.
> I agree.. discarding hits you back when you least expect it. especially
> when URL FPs (depending on your traffic, user base, etc) are not very
> frequent but when they hit you, they hit you bad.
Yes, but the BL tests are vasty different compared to the test-links
>> So I'm looking for the opinion of milter-link users. Simplicity or
>>> Is there a way to have separate policies for milter-link? One policy
>>> for RBL check results and a second (different) policy for the
>>> -test-links option? I like them both by the way.
>>> I mostly trust the results from some of the RBL's and prefer to simply
>>> discard the bad messages but don't completely trust the -test-links
>>> test because it is too easy for a link to be accidentally broken by
>>> the sender. I would prefer the -test-links option policy to be a
>>> modified mail header X-milter-link- something so I can put the ones
>>> flagged as simply broken links into a user viewable spam folder.
> yep. and X-header which can be use to score and avoid eg: SA's slow
> lookups would, imo, be a plus.
milter-link already has the X-milter-link-Report: header for policy=tag
and policy=none. This would suffice for the purpose of SpamAssassin scoring.
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