From: irishronan on 3 Aug 2007 13:15
On Aug 3, 6:07 pm, irishronan <ronan.mcg...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On Aug 3, 4:43 pm, "Bharat Suneja [MVP]" <bha...(a)nospam.org> wrote:
> > And allow the MS-Exch-Accept-Headers-Organization permission on that Receive
> > Connector to anonymous senders. This will *not remove* any Org headers
> > inserted by the gateway boxes.
> > --
> > Bharat Suneja
> > MVP - Exchangewww.zenprise.com
> > NEW blog location:
> > exchangepedia.com/blog
> > ----------------------------------------------
> > "irishronan" <ronan.mcg...(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
> > > On Aug 3, 2:45 pm, "Bharat Suneja [MVP]" <bha...(a)nospam.org> wrote:
> > >> Header Firewall: Why spammers can't insert fake SCL (and other Exchange
> > >> Organization) X
> > >> headershttp://exchangepedia.com/blog/2007/07/header-firewall-why-spammers-ca...
> > >> You'll need to assign MS-Exch-Accept-Headers-Organization permission to
> > >> anonymous senders (assuming your gateway boxes are not authenticating).
> > >> It's
> > >> a good idea to do this on scoped Connectors only.
> > >> --
> > >> Bharat Suneja
> > >> MVP - Exchangewww.zenprise.com
> > >> NEW blog location:
> > >> exchangepedia.com/blog
> > >> ----------------------------------------------
> > >> "irishronan" <ronan.mcg...(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
> > >>news:1186147787.641893.283910(a)22g2000hsm.googlegroups.com...
> > >> > We have exchange 2007 behind a solaris MX server running a/v and
> > >> > spamassassin. I am wishing to write the(normalised ie 43 = 4) header X-
> > >> > MS-Exchange-Organisation-SCL equal to the spamassassin score. Im aware
> > >> > of the 0..9 range. However currently All messages coming from external
> > >> > sources have some X-MS-Exchange-Organisation- headers in them but the
> > >> > SCL one which i add is removed!
> > >> > This leads me to believe that the header firewall is not removing it
> > >> > as it would then have to remove all -Organisation- type headers.
> > >> > Could I add the MX machines as trusted partners or something similar
> > >> > that would allow the setting of this header to be maintained.
> > >> > The reason for this is obviously for server filtering into JunkMail
> > >> > folder. I have a webinterface which write the JunkThreshold attribute
> > >> > for a users account into the AD using LDAP so that they can control
> > >> > their settings.
> > >> > Please advise
> > > Bharet, That document was one of many that I read. So, to clarify
> > > I add a new receive connector and limit it on IP to the 3 MX machines
> > > that all mail for my organisation goes through. Then on the connector
> > > allow anonymous submission privilidges from those 3 IPs. Will this
> > > then allow all mail through that connector to write the organisation-
> > > SCL header!?
> > > thanks
> > > Ronan
> I have done what you suggested, however there is no header
> organisation-SCL header in the messages I recieve however there are
> X-MS-Exchange-Organization-AuthAs: Anonymous
> X-MS-Exchange-Organization-AuthSource: punt.fqdn
> X-MS-Exchange-Organization-SenderIdResult: Neutral
> X-MS-Exchange-Organization-PRD: google.com
> is there an order in which headers must be added for exchange to
> accept them. ie im only adding the header
> X-MS-Exchange-Organization-SCL: <0..9>
> at the gateway.
> All mail for other domains that are stored on linux/imap servers come
> through with the X-MS-Exchange-Organization-SCL: <0..9> set.
> any advice?!
I have just tested and it now comes through. I need to add both SCL
and PCL headers. No doubt the recieve connector is hardwired to expect
BOTH headers if an edge transport is scanning messages.
Could you explain this to me if i am off target with the above