Spam whitelist rules

Martin Hepworth martinh at SOLID-STATE-LOGIC.COM
Fri Feb 20 13:45:02 GMT 2004


oh ok

the is definitely and definetly not, do things slightly differently - 
have a look at the rules that use them..

Martin Hepworth
Snr Systems Administrator
Solid State Logic
Tel: +44 (0)1865 842300

Kai Schaetzl wrote:
> Martin Hepworth wrote on         Fri, 20 Feb 2004 08:54:07 +0000:
>>as long as the spammer/virus doesn't fake your domain as the 'from' then
>>yes it will.
>>This is why I have a separate gateway machine, I can then select not to
>>spam scan based on the ip of where the email came from.
> Hi Martin, my question wasn't directly related to my "avoid outgoing mail
> being scanned" if that is what you are referring to with the gateway
> machine ;-) It just struck me that rules for
> Spam Checks
> Is Definitely Not Spam
> Is Definitely Spam
> basically do the same thing, so are quite redundant. If I understand
> correctly just using rules for "Spam Checks" would be sufficient? The
> other two are just for "convenience".
> Kai
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