someone_else wrote:You should check the MailEnable MTA logs; from your description, it appears that MESpamC is not being called on those messages.
OK, I checked my logs and here's what I have found out:
All messages that are processed by mespamc and get sent to my spamassassin server have the following log entry:
11/28/06 19:14:22 Processing file 2C181CFBEE834B61876913BE806222D2.MAI from queue SMTP
11/28/06 19:14:22 Pre Pickup Event executing: "C:\Program Files\MESpamC\MESpamC.CMD" 2C181CFBEE834B61876913BE806222D2.MAI SMTP
11/28/06 19:14:29 Pre Pickup Event removed message 2C181CFBEE834B61876913BE806222D2.MAI.
But any message that is not passed to my spamassassin server look like this in the MTA log:
11/28/06 19:10:29 Processing file 65F0981AFC194B1787AF634DC618FBAD.MAI from queue SMTP
11/28/06 19:10:29 Pre Pickup Event executing: "C:\Program Files\MESpamC\MESpamC.CMD" 65F0981AFC194B1787AF634DC618FBAD.MAI SMTP
11/28/06 19:10:30 ME-MTA-ROUTE [65F0981AFC194B1787AF634DC618FBAD.MAI] from [SMTP] Connector queued to [SF] Connector as [76F1070C8F75494FB54F94DC41367488.MAI]
In my spamio log I can see that the first email that was sent through to spamassasssin was returned back correctly:
2006/11/28 19:14:25 [2C181CFBEE834B61876913BE806222D2.MAI] >> 10.0.0.2
2006/11/28 19:14:29 [2C181CFBEE834B61876913BE806222D2.MAI] || 10.0.0.2
However, the second message that was not sent is not listed at all in the spamio log.
I have disabled all rules in my Mailenable except the one that deletes viruses (I know these messages did not contain any).
Any ideas why?