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Hi Ich habe einen Debian Mailserver laufen. Auf dem läuft Amavis mit Clam-AV Virenscanner und Spamassassin. Jetzt habe ich das Problem das ich bei einem Freund der den Server verwendet in der Firma ein Maulwurf sitzt der ständig Mails an die Konkurenz schickt. Wie könnte ich alle ausgehenden Mails als Kopie auf eine Email adresse umleiten damit mein Freund den Maulwurf rausfindet ??? Ich hoffe mir kann jemand helfen Mfg Andy...

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    Hi

    Ich habe einen Debian Mailserver laufen. Auf dem läuft Amavis mit
    Clam-AV Virenscanner und Spamassassin.
    Jetzt habe ich das Problem das ich bei einem Freund der den Server
    verwendet
    in der Firma ein Maulwurf sitzt der ständig Mails an die Konkurenz
    schickt.
    Wie könnte ich alle ausgehenden Mails als Kopie auf eine Email adresse
    umleiten damit mein Freund den Maulwurf rausfindet ???
    Ich hoffe mir kann jemand helfen

    Mfg Andy
    andycrx Guest

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    andycrx wrote:

    <snip>
    > Mfg Andy
    Try again in English.


    Igmar
    Igmar Palsenberg Guest

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    On Wed, 28 Jul 2004 19:23:26 +0200, Igmar Palsenberg <igmarnon-existant.local> wrote:
    > andycrx wrote:
    >
    ><snip>
    >
    >> Mfg Andy
    >
    > Try again in English.
    I didn't know this was an English-only group?

    Dave Hinz Guest

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    In comp.unix.admin Dave Hinz <DaveHinzspamcop.net> suggested:
    > On Wed, 28 Jul 2004 19:23:26 +0200, Igmar Palsenberg <igmarnon-existant.local> wrote:
    >> andycrx wrote:
    >>
    >><snip>
    >>
    >>> Mfg Andy
    >>
    >> Try again in English.
    > I didn't know this was an English-only group?
    Now what would you think from the description of cua in your
    newsreader:

    Administering a Unix-based system.

    The name is comp.unix.admin not de.comp.unix.admin and the
    description isn't:

    Administration von Unix basierten Systemen.

    Makes it pretty obvious. IMHO it's quite rude writing in a
    different language then the one that could easily be gathered
    from name, description and/or simply reading a few posts.

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    On Wed, 28 Jul 2004 17:59:26 -0000, Michael Heiming <michael+USENETwww.heiming.de> wrote:
    >
    > Now what would you think from the description of cua in your
    > newsreader:
    >
    > Administering a Unix-based system.
    Um, OK, maybe I'm missing seeing "Non-english posts not welcome"?
    > The name is comp.unix.admin not de.comp.unix.admin and the
    > description isn't:
    >
    > Administration von Unix basierten Systemen.
    OK,?
    > Makes it pretty obvious. IMHO it's quite rude writing in a
    > different language then the one that could easily be gathered
    > from name, description and/or simply reading a few posts.
    I don't think it's particularly rude, myself. Ineffective, perhaps,
    but hardly rude. Of course he'd have a better chance of getting
    useful responses if more of the audience could read it, but that's
    hardly our problem.

    On some of the genealogy groups I frequent, people have been asked to
    write in their native language rather than translating badly (or worse,
    by machine) and making the message completely unreadable. I'm not sure
    that this is any different here, is it?

    That having been said,I don't recall seeing his original question in
    the first place, so I can't address how readable it was.

    Dave Hinz
    Dave Hinz Guest

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    andycrx wrote:
    > Hi
    >
    > Ich habe einen Debian Mailserver laufen. Auf dem läuft Amavis mit
    > Clam-AV Virenscanner und Spamassassin.
    > Jetzt habe ich das Problem das ich bei einem Freund der den Server
    > verwendet
    > in der Firma ein Maulwurf sitzt der ständig Mails an die Konkurenz
    > schickt.
    > Wie könnte ich alle ausgehenden Mails als Kopie auf eine Email adresse
    > umleiten damit mein Freund den Maulwurf rausfindet ???
    > Ich hoffe mir kann jemand helfen
    For non-german speakers :

    A machine with Spamassassin and ClamAV, and the OP wants to copy all
    outgoing mails.

    Answer :

    Iy you need the MTA to copy it, the way to do it depends on the MTA used
    .. In Sendmail a milter that does it is easely written. If you're a Perl
    code, you could hack up Amavis. If you're happen to run a Dual-MTA
    setup, it might get easier.
    > Mfg Andy

    Regards,


    Igmar
    Igmar Palsenberg Guest

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    Dave Hinz wrote:
    > On Wed, 28 Jul 2004 17:59:26 -0000, Michael Heiming <michael+USENETwww.heiming.de> wrote:
    > I don't think it's particularly rude, myself. Ineffective, perhaps,
    > but hardly rude. Of course he'd have a better chance of getting
    > useful responses if more of the audience could read it, but that's
    > hardly our problem.
    It's common practice to consider the language to post in English unless
    stated otherwise.

    That I'm capable of reading (and writing) doesn't mean I prefer that,
    since that locks people out of the conversation that don't read / write
    German. I usually make a shortened version of the question in English.
    > On some of the genealogy groups I frequent, people have been asked to
    > write in their native language rather than translating badly (or worse,
    > by machine) and making the message completely unreadable. I'm not sure
    > that this is any different here, is it?
    One could argue about that.
    > That having been said,I don't recall seeing his original question in
    > the first place, so I can't address how readable it was.
    It's in German by a native German speaker, so quite readable if you can
    read German :)
    > Dave Hinz

    Igmar
    Igmar Palsenberg Guest

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    In article <4107f7e4$0$36861$e4fe514cnews.xs4all.nl>, Igmar Palsenberg <igmarnon-existant.local> writes:
    > andycrx wrote:
    > > Hi
    > >
    > > Ich habe einen Debian Mailserver laufen. Auf dem läuft Amavis mit
    > > Clam-AV Virenscanner und Spamassassin.
    > > Jetzt habe ich das Problem das ich bei einem Freund der den Server
    > > verwendet
    > > in der Firma ein Maulwurf sitzt der ständig Mails an die Konkurenz
    > > schickt.
    > > Wie könnte ich alle ausgehenden Mails als Kopie auf eine Email adresse
    > > umleiten damit mein Freund den Maulwurf rausfindet ???
    > > Ich hoffe mir kann jemand helfen
    >
    > For non-german speakers :
    >
    > A machine with Spamassassin and ClamAV, and the OP wants to copy all
    > outgoing mails.
    .... to find a spy who frequently mails to competitors.

    Answer:

    scan the logfiles. If you know the competitor's E-mail address, it
    should be easy to guess the spy's sender address.
    Then, with the suspicious address, continue with the next answer:
    >
    > Answer :
    >
    > Iy you need the MTA to copy it, the way to do it depends on the MTA used
    > .. In Sendmail a milter that does it is easely written. If you're a Perl
    > code, you could hack up Amavis. If you're happen to run a Dual-MTA
    > setup, it might get easier.
    >
    > > Mfg Andy
    >
    >

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    In comp.unix.admin Michael Tosch <eedmitno.eed.spam.ericsson.pls.se> suggested:
    > In article <4107f7e4$0$36861$e4fe514cnews.xs4all.nl>, Igmar Palsenberg <igmarnon-existant.local> writes:
    >> andycrx wrote:
    [..]
    >> A machine with Spamassassin and ClamAV, and the OP wants to copy all
    >> outgoing mails.
    > ... to find a spy who frequently mails to competitors.
    > Answer:
    > scan the logfiles. If you know the competitor's E-mail address, it
    > should be easy to guess the spy's sender address.
    > Then, with the suspicious address, continue with the next answer:
    In addition, depending on the country, there might be some legal
    issues involved with making copies of all outgoing mails, I'd
    double-check before. Or your proofs might not be worth anything,
    if you get into court.


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