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Rspamd : "monitored errors" #206

Vickylatruite opened this issue May 31, 2017 · 2 comments

Rspamd : "monitored errors" #206

Vickylatruite opened this issue May 31, 2017 · 2 comments


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@Vickylatruite Vickylatruite commented May 31, 2017

docker logs on rspamd container shows tons of lines like this one:

<xxx>; monitored; rspamd_monitored_dns_cb: DNS reply returned 'no error' for while 'no records with this name' was expected
This error means that the public DNS resolver I'm using (OVH in my case, but Google DNS is also concerned) is blocked on

Source :

It should be nice to have some flexibility to enable or not these services.


@Vickylatruite Vickylatruite changed the title Rspamd : "monitored errors" intempestifs Rspamd : "monitored errors" May 31, 2017
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@Vickylatruite Vickylatruite commented Jun 29, 2017

Had kind of same issue with, that is a RBL module

Workaround: create a volume for rspamd container linked to /etc/rspamd/local.d folder. This folder can contains conf files that overrides default ones.


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@kaiyou kaiyou commented Nov 5, 2017

These were disabled from the default Rspamd setup. However, it is now possible to override Rspamd configuration directly in /mailu/overrides/rspamd :)

@kaiyou kaiyou closed this Nov 7, 2017
@muhlemmer muhlemmer added this to the 1.6 milestone Dec 18, 2018
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@muhlemmer muhlemmer modified the milestone: 1.6 Dec 18, 2018
@muhlemmer muhlemmer closed this in df55b2e Jan 2, 2019
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