[SpamCop-List] Re: Untrusted vs. partially untrusted?
Fri Feb 7 23:44:32 EST 2003
"Sven Golly" <sven_golly> wrote in message
> This is sort of a continuation of my reports that SC wasn't parsing
> on an "untrusted" Received header. My host
> (dactyl.affordablehost.com) was apparently flagged in SC's database
> as not reporting IPs correctly or something so filing a report
> resulted in:
> "Received line untrusted"
> And SpamCop quit there.
> Reported this here and Ellen takes it back to the powers that be.
> They reset the flag in the database and voila, SC can parse the
> headers and file a report.
> JUST NOW, I noticed that the received line from my same host has gone
> from no flag to being "partially untrusted". Can you explain what
> this actually means in real world terms? I searched the FAQ and site
> and there is no mention of even the word "untrusted" anywhere.
> How does SC determine that a received line, especially say the last
> one added, is untrusted or partially untrusted?
Generally speaking the partially untrusted note is added after received
headers that have some minor defect but which are not unparseable and don't
cause the parser to stop parsing. Seeing the received header would make it
easier to explain.
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