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OOTO Messages are getting stuck in the Categorizer

Posted on 2006-10-19
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Have you ever experienced a situation where OOTO responses to external addresses fail to be delivered?
It's weird. I'm looking at one example today where in message tracker it says
"SMTP: Mail Submitted to Categorizer" - and that's as far as it goes.

Internally, OOTO works fine. But from the outside, external addresses get no response.


What do you think?



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AV or Antispam applications can do that. The categoriser is where they do their stuff.

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The problem is likely due to AntiSpam software as my systems have been pretty frazzled because of it recently.
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