Spam whitelist q?

Kevin Hanser Kevin at MICA.NET
Fri Oct 31 17:24:07 GMT 2003

Ah, ok, that makes sense.

However, where's the setting for the HTML form check?  I searched for
HTML in the MailScanner.conf file, and didn't find it...  Am I looking
in the wrong place or just not looking hard enough?



-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Bonivart [mailto:peter at UCGBOOK.COM] 
Sent: Friday, October 31, 2003 11:53
Subject: Re: Spam whitelist q?

No, the spam check is separate. You need to create a ruleset for the
HTML form check. It's easy, look in /opt/MailScanner/etc/rules. Remember
to name the file something ending with rules, like e.g. htmlform.rules.

You can do that for the filename check also if you want to.

/Peter Bonivart

--Unix lovers do it in the Sun

Sun Fire V210, Solaris 9, MailScanner 4.23-11, SpamAssassin 2.60 + DCC
1.2.9, ClamAV 20030829

Kevin Hanser wrote:
> If I put a specific sender into the spam whitelist on MailScanner, 
> will that also whitelist them for the Filename checking?  I currently 
> have a customer whose users are complaining about some emails being 
> blocked that they used to receive (before we implemented the spam 
> relay).  They are getting blocked by the HTML form filename filter.  
> If I put the senders into the spam whitelist, will these messages then

> get through? (or do i need to disable the HTML form check?)
> thx
> k

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