>>>>I'm trying to implement spam buttons v1.0-1.4 with SQ 1.45, using
>>>>initially the bounce feature.
>>>>Basically, the message is bounced out, but to the original recipient
>>>>me) and not to the address specified. I searched the mailing list and
>>>>someone reported the same problem but no solution to it since June.
>>>Yah, as I remember, he got it to "work" by uncommenting the lines
>>>starting at around line 190 of bounce_send.php. You might want to try
>>>that. However, I can see no reason why that would fix it, and think
>>>that that's just triggering something else that is the real problem.
>>>I'd love to track this down, but we were unsuccessful on that thread.
>> I tried that and uncommenting those lines fixes both the problem with
>> correctly boucing to the right address, and also the problem of not
>> overriding the smtp address as below.
> OMG, you are joking. I wonder if it's a Sendmail thing.... it sees the
> message ID or similar and overrides the changes made by the plugin. I
> am really baffled. Can you insert this in bounce_send.php at line 301:
> For reference, line 302 should look like:
> And run the plugin with the original code in place (lines commented OUT)
> as well as with your changes, put the results in a file and diff (-u)
> them and send the results?
>>>>So I tried to use the attachment option instead. The message is sent
>>>>the correct owner, but it's not using the specified mailer.
>>>Meaning what? You wanted to use sendmail but it used smtp? The
>>>override SMTP address isn't being used? Odd....
>> It would not take the override email address or server. Using sendmail
>> the message should (at least) be sent to the new address. That wasn't
>> happening. Or if not using sendmail, the message should go to the
>> smtp server address. Neither would work, and only the defaults used in
>> the main config were used.
> You seem to be equating "using sendmail" with using the bounce
> functionality, but I'm not sure. However:
>> This is probably related to the problem above (it seems) as uncommenting
>> the lines make both problems to be fixed. Now a message is sent out to
>> the correct address using the defined smtp server address.
> Now this I am very suspicious of. If using the send-by-attachment
> functionality, the bounce_send.php file isn't even included, so
> uncommenting some lines there should not make a difference. Maybe
> instead, the deliverMessage() function isn't correctly finding the
> overridden values. You can try to insert the override code in that
> function at about line 1080 of functions.php, after the global statements:
> global $spam_report_email_method, $spam_report_smtpServerAddress,
> $spam_report_smtpPort, $spam_report_useSendmail,
> $spam_report_smtp_auth_mech, $spam_report_use_smtp_tls,
> $smtpServerAddress, $smtpPort, $useSendmail, $smtp_auth_mech,
> $use_smtp_tls, $sb_debug;
> include_once(SM_PATH . 'plugins/spam_buttons/config.php');
> // take care of overrides for SMTP server
> if (!empty($spam_report_smtpServerAddress))
> $smtpServerAddress = $spam_report_smtpServerAddress;
> if (!empty($spam_report_smtpPort))
> $smtpPort = $spam_report_smtpPort;
> if ($spam_report_useSendmail !== '')
> $useSendmail = $spam_report_useSendmail;
> if (!empty($spam_report_smtp_auth_mech))
> $smtp_auth_mech = $spam_report_smtp_auth_mech;
> if (!empty($spam_report_use_smtp_tls))
> $use_smtp_tls = $spam_report_use_smtp_tls;
>> I'll help to get it fixed as much as possible...
> Thank you.
>>>>Relevant config.php entries:
>>>>$sb_debug = 1;
>>>>$is_spam_resend_destination = 'spam';
>>>>$is_not_spam_resend_destination = '';
>>>>$spam_report_email_method = 'attachment';
>>>>$is_spam_subject_prefix = 'SPAM';
>>>>$is_not_spam_subject_prefix = 'HAM';
>>>>$spam_report_smtpServerAddress = 'different.server.xxx';
>>>>$spam_report_smtpPort = '25';
>>>>$spam_report_useSendmail = 'true';
>>>>$spam_report_smtp_auth_mech = '';
>>>>$spam_report_use_smtp_tls = '';
>>>>BTW, I am using sendmail...
>>>As in $useSendmail is turned on in your main config I take it, or your
>>>MTA *is* sendmail (sorry to hear that ;) )
>> Both. Turned on in main config but also MTA *is* sendmail - I'm sorry
>> about it to... :)
Anyone still having these problems?