FW: Setting up Black & Whitelists by domain

Julian Field mailscanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Sun Jan 12 20:00:10 GMT 2003

At 19:46 12/01/2003, you wrote:
>At 19:39 12/01/2003, you wrote:
>>You Wrote:
>> >Each of those directories contains a file named after each domain. So for
>> >"example.com" there will be /opt/bydomain/whitelist/example.com and
>> >/opt/bydomain/blacklist/example.com.
>> >Each of the example.com files can contain entries of the form
>> >         user at address.spam.com
>> >and
>> >         address.spam.com
>> >and that's all. Keeping it restricted to this makes life a lot easier
>>Thanks for this, will test and come back, just a couple of questions:
>>Can we still add the default function for each domain?

No, my patch assumes that the default is no.
If you need this to be "yes" for some reason, get back to me.
Julian Field
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