Spam from (forged) whitelist domain

Julian Field mailscanner at
Sat Dec 20 11:54:50 GMT 2003

Exactly what I was about to suggest. You can use pretty much any of the
standard/common ways of expressing IP ranges and network subnets.

At 22:51 19/12/2003, you wrote:
>Just a thought, and I'm not sure this is correct, but perhaps you can
>whitelist your domain by IP instead of by name.
>-Eric Rz.
>On Fri, Dec 19, 2003 at 02:35:39PM -0800, Andy Alsup wrote:
> > I see a nontirvial volume of Spam that gets through to users using
> > forged headers with my domain as the from.  These are typically to:
> > user at mydomain from: user at mydomain
> >
> > My domain is whitelisted, so when a forged header comes along,  I get a
> > spam score that would have dealt with the spam, but it is whitelisted,
> > so delivered anyway.
> >
> > Is there a way to deal with this?
> >
> > Thanks.

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