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Aleksandar Devecerski - 03:32am, Jul 26 2021

Some time ago I've noticed that one of my CF rules, containing send note action, started sending two identical notifications. Didn't think much of that, had no time to deal with it then. Today, two notifications again. Went through my rules, thinking I've maybe copied that particular rule and left that trigger in the new rule. No. Went through my CFRules.dat, nothing new/weird there.

In the ALL log I've found "* Matched 2 of 177 active rules".
"* Message matched system rule:...", and
"Message matched rule: 84..."
I was not aware there was a second set of CF rules and I know I haven't setup that particular rule twice.
Found CFSysRules.dat in the MDaemon/App folder, dated June 22nd.

So, is there any more info about Content Filter System Rules?
What are they for? What's different compared to "standard" CF rules? As CFSysRules.dat contains exactly the same rules as CFRules.dat, should I empty its content? Outside direct file edit, is there some way to access CFSysRules.dat using MD GUI?

Regards

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Arron Caruth - Jul 26, 2021 7:03 am (#1 Total: 2)  

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 CFSysRules.dat are for filtering rules the system adds.  We use them for things like the public folder ticketing system.

There is no UI to edit the rules directly. You'll have to edit the file using your favorite text editor.

The CFSysRules.dat should not have all the same rules as your cfrules.dat file. You will want to edit the cfsysrules.dat file and remove all rules that are also in the cfrules.dat file.

Rules that are supposed to be in the cfsysrules.dat file will not have a number in their name.  Rules from the cfrules.dat file will have an identifier something like this, where the "002" is a unique number for each rule:

[Rule002]
 
The CFSysRules.dat file should have identifiers like this:

[RuleTicketing-1-mydomain.com/Support]

Remove all the rules that don't belong in the cfsysrules.dat file, then save it and restart MDaemon.

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On Mon, 26 Jul 2021 03:32:51 -0500, "lists-md-content-filter@mdaemon.com (Aleksandar Devecerski)" <lists-md-content-filter@mdaemon.com> wrote:
Some time ago I've noticed that one of my CF rules, containing send note action, started sending two identical notifications. Didn't think much of that, had no time to deal with it then. Today, two notifications again. Went through my rules, thinking I've maybe copied that particular rule and left that trigger in the new rule. No. Went through my CFRules.dat, nothing new/weird there.

In the ALL log I've found "* Matched 2 of 177 active rules".
"* Message matched system rule:...", and
"Message matched rule: 84..."
I was not aware there was a second set of CF rules and I know I haven't setup that particular rule twice.
Found CFSysRules.dat in the MDaemon/App folder, dated June 22nd.

So, is there any more info about Content Filter System Rules?
What are they for? What's different compared to "standard" CF rules? As CFSysRules.dat contains exactly the same rules as CFRules.dat, should I empty its content? Outside direct file edit, is there some way to access CFSysRules.dat using MD GUI?

Regards


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Aleksandar Devecerski - Jul 26, 2021 11:59 am (#2 Total: 2)  

 

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Attached is my CFSysRules.dat. I don't see anything in there that isn't (or wasn't) mine.
Is there a default version of this file? Could you send it to me please

Thank you

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