I just installed Postie on my new WordPress website. It was a standard installation, with no special customizations.
I was able to successfully run a config. test. I then sent several emails from 4 different email accounts (on 2 different email systems) to my Postie email address.
All of them have been flagged “memory at start of e-mail processing:31648640
possible XSS attack – ignoring email”
What’s going on here? All 4 of these email addresses were added as approved posters. All were configured to have all HTML and signatures removed.
I then logged into the actual email account, being used for Postie. All emails were sitting there and open able, so I know it is not a mail host (origination or destination) issue.
My guess is that the latest release of Postie is somehow accidentally triggering all these false alarms. The problem is that it is doing it for every email address. I even tried turning off the “Allow anyone to post” option (setting to yes). That still didn’t fix the issue.
Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do here? I’m at a complete loss.
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