Setting up ASSP with MailEnable

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mammdo
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Post by mammdo » Mon Sep 12, 2005 4:43 pm

But the spam problem continues :lol:

Your system is accepting the spam.

With the MailEnable/ASSP the spam is rejected never pass, and spam is never deleted in the case that the message is not spam the sender have an reject messaje. works in the same way as RBL but for spam! this is great, thats why is a Proxy not a filter

theremin
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Post by theremin » Wed Dec 06, 2006 9:59 pm

mammdo wrote:Can I use in Local Domains File option

e:\\Program Files\\Mail Enable\\Postoffice

This?

And I have a problem with this because if one of my resellers add a domain I don't know of that, how can I mantain a the local domain file updated automatically?

And what happens if this new domain of my reseller is not on the local domains?
I also have the same question as our local domains changes all the time, anyone found a good solution for this?

mwaseem
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Post by mwaseem » Sun Dec 24, 2006 1:10 pm

I also have the same question as our local domains changes all the time, anyone found a good solution for this?
No, or simply "Never"... as format of MailEnable tab file is not acceptable for ASSP. You have to update local domains list in ASSP regularly :(.

That's life :)

rockinthesixstring
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Post by rockinthesixstring » Mon Dec 25, 2006 1:47 am

your local domains are hosted in either a tab file or SQL Server... where is the domain list held for ASSP.

you can always write a script to extract the domain from the ME tab file and append it to the ASSP config (db or flat file)

the schedule the script to run as a scheduled task as often as needed.
Chase
Server 2008 Standard (x64)
ME Ent 6.51 (SQL Server 2008 Config)
ASSP 1.9

theremin
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Post by theremin » Tue Dec 26, 2006 2:01 pm

Thanks for your advice, I managed to create a script to extract the domains.

Now seems like ME is blocking connections after a few seconds. I double checked ASSP and its not limit connections.

Bellow is what I get on MailEnable smtp logs:

12/19/06 16:39:45 # ME-E0069: (recv) socket [3764] disconnection from host 127.0.0.1 before any command received. Error: (10060)
12/19/06 16:39:45 # ME-I0074: (Debug) [3764] end of conversation
12/19/06 16:39:47 # ME-E0070: (recv) socket [1680] error during [AUTH] command from host 127.0.0.1. Socket was disconnected - Error: (10060)
12/19/06 16:39:47 # ME-I0074: (Debug) [1680] end of conversation
12/19/06 16:39:53 # ME-E0069: (recv) socket [4224] disconnection from host 127.0.0.1 before any command received. Error: (10060)
12/19/06 16:39:53 # ME-E0069: (recv) socket [4212] disconnection from host 127.0.0.1 before any command received. Error: (10060)
12/19/06 16:39:53 # ME-I0074: (Debug) [4224] end of conversation
12/19/06 16:39:53 # ME-I0074: (Debug) [4212] end of conversation
12/19/06 16:39:53 # ME-E0069: (recv) socket [2616] disconnection from host 127.0.0.1 before any command received. Error: (10060)
12/19/06 16:39:53 # ME-I0074: (Debug) [2616] end of conversation
12/19/06 16:39:53 # ME-E0070: (recv) socket [2200] error during [DATA] command from host 127.0.0.1. Socket was disconnected - Error: (10060)
12/19/06 16:39:53 # ME-I0074: (Debug) [2200] end of conversation
12/19/06 16:39:53 # ME-E0070: (recv) socket [2184] error during [EHLO] command from host 127.0.0.1. Socket was disconnected - Error: (10060)
12/19/06 16:39:53 # ME-I0074: (Debug) [2184] end of conversation
12/19/06 16:39:53 # ME-E0070: (recv) socket [4092] error during [DATA] command from host 127.0.0.1. Socket was disconnected - Error: (10060)
12/19/06 16:39:53 # ME-E0070: (recv) socket [4484] error during [AUTH] command from host 127.0.0.1. Socket was disconnected - Error: (10060)

Toepes
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Post by Toepes » Fri Jan 12, 2007 9:46 am

I installed ASSP, now my problem is that sending mail willn't work. The mailserver (smtp) can't be reached ?

When I start ASSP (port 25) it should send mail to ME but the mailserver is not available anymore.

Is there yust 1 service to start ?

MrByte
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Post by MrByte » Mon Jan 22, 2007 3:26 am

did you configure ASSP to send mail to ME on a different port, and ME is listening for inbound SMTP on that port?
.MrByte

rockinthesixstring
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Post by rockinthesixstring » Mon Jan 22, 2007 4:05 am

yes this is how it is done. have ME listen on port 2525 or something like that ... then have ASSP send mail on port 2525
Chase
Server 2008 Standard (x64)
ME Ent 6.51 (SQL Server 2008 Config)
ASSP 1.9

Toepes
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Post by Toepes » Mon Jan 22, 2007 6:31 am

ASSP is listening to port 25 and forward to 2525. When i do this, the mailclients can't connect to port 25.

MrByte
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Post by MrByte » Tue Jan 23, 2007 1:46 pm

you must be missing a setting. If ASSP is listening on 25 and forwarding to ME at port 2525 (you sure ME is set to listen at this port and restarted the SMTP service?).
Also, try telneting to your ME's IP address port 2525 (the same IP/port you are forwarding ASPP to)
.MrByte

SeanJC
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Can someone please post full info

Post by SeanJC » Sun Sep 06, 2009 12:37 am

I may sounds a bit dumb, but I just cannot seem to get mailenable and assp (anti spam proxy) to work. Mailenable works fine, mail is being received and sent fine.

I can telnet onto both ports 25 (SMTP) and 110 (POP3). I only really use mailenable on my server for receiving mail using Outlook 2007 as POP3.

But when I setup mailenable to listen on a different port, say 2525 I can telnet to that port fine, and when I think I have changed ASSP to listen on port 25, I can no longer telnet onto port 25.

Can someone please post the basic setting I need to put into ASSP in order to get the settings so I can pick up my email using POP3 on port 110, using mailenable with the ASSP listening on port 25. I am correct in thinking that although I collect mail using port 110 it is always delivered into my server (from people sending me email) via port 25.

So plz can someone post what the setting are I need to set in ASSP in order to get it to listen on the correct incoming mail port, and then forward it to a port I can then change in mailenable to listen on.

Put in simple terms I just want to use ASSP to filter my incoming email, and I use mailenable as my email server. Which is currently working fine, just with no spam filtering.

Thanks a million
SeanJC

rockinthesixstring
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Post by rockinthesixstring » Sun Sep 06, 2009 1:40 am

Remember that ASSP and MailEnable CANNOT listen on the same port.

Code: Select all

ASSP SMTP Listen Port: 25
ASSP SMTP Destination: 127.0.0.1:125
ASSP Second Listen Port: 2525 (for ISP's who don't allow your clients to send mail on port 25)

ME SMTP Listen Port: 125 (CLOSE YOUR FIREWALL ON THIS PORT)
ME Inbound IP Bindings: 127.0.0.1
That's it, Pretty Simple.
Chase
Server 2008 Standard (x64)
ME Ent 6.51 (SQL Server 2008 Config)
ASSP 1.9

SeanJC
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Its easy when you know how

Post by SeanJC » Sun Sep 06, 2009 3:35 pm

my god. Thank you a million.

It works now. The only issue seems to be that it is blocking all mail. I tried to send an email from one of my email accounts, my btinternet one to my email account running on teh box being filtered by ASSP and in the ASSP log it says the following

Sep-6-09 16:31:33 51093-07109 217.146.189.244 <seanconnelly144@btinternet.com> to: sean.
connolly@potissimus.co.uk recipient delayed: sean.connolly@potissimus.co.uk

Is there a way to set ASSP to be in learning mode, so I dont lose emails but can build a spam list?

Thanks Again
Sean

rockinthesixstring
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Post by rockinthesixstring » Mon Sep 07, 2009 4:49 am

That log message means that your message was Greylisted (usually 5 minutes).

Now that you are up and running with your MailEnable sending through ASSP (and vice versa), I recommend you take your ASSP specific questions to the ASSP forum since there are more ASSP knowledgable people over there.

http://sourceforge.net/apps/phpbb/assp/
Chase
Server 2008 Standard (x64)
ME Ent 6.51 (SQL Server 2008 Config)
ASSP 1.9

SeanJC
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Post by SeanJC » Mon Sep 07, 2009 9:56 pm

Thanks will do and thanks again for all the help getting it up and running.

Sean

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