Exception in newsletter module

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Exception in newsletter module

Postby cglmicro » Fri Apr 06, 2018 1:40 pm

Hi guys.

The newsletter module keep blocking mail from the same sender, even when I "authorize" the newsletter from the quarantaine report.
The reason is simple: it's looking for the SMTP FROM address instead of the other FROM:

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   from <bounce-mc.us11_47947465.957885-x.yyyyyy=cglmicro.ca@mail89.suw13.rsgsv.net>; Fri, 06 Apr 2018 08:24:42 -0400
X-MailCleaner-Forced: message forced
From: =?utf-8?Q?Xcel=20Source=20Corp?= <sales@real-address.com>

The SMTP FROM address keep changing every time: bounce-mc.us11_47947465.957885-x.yyyyyy ... .rsgsv.net. I have this behavior also with Amazones server.

I don't want to add the *.rsgsv.net or *.amazones.com to SMTP > DON'T CHECK and ANTISPAM > PRE-RBL > DON'T CHECK since I'm afraid to let too many spams in; am I right? If I add their servers, my only protection will be ClamSpam, UriRBLs and SPAMC.

Any suggestion for newsletter module to look for the other FROM to whitelist?

Thank you.
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Re: Exception in newsletter module

Postby FlorianB » Sat Apr 07, 2018 1:11 pm

Not really possible or complicated.
But a newsletter should have a envelope from corresponding to the real sender and not varying and a from or sender header "spoofing" the customer (people buyging newsletter sender services) adress. So 95% of newsletter are correctly released like this and some don't respect this principle.
The from vary too often, and newsletter change their from often too (in some years, all my gmail filters have been redone multiple times) so there is no correct solution. Maybe check both mail from and from, but would need to change the way it is coded.

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