design issue - whitelist rules/blacklist rules

Venkata Achanta vachanta at GMAIL.COM
Wed Nov 17 23:52:18 GMT 2004

>As I mentioned in my post yesterday, put the NO entry ABOVE the YES
>entry.  Your testing is matching on the FIRST rule, which is going to
>blacklist it.
>FromTo:   no-reply at no
>From:   * and To: *   yes

Dustin, i would like to say yeah it worked but the thing is it is not
tagging From:   * and To: * as spam.

I have tested it again just to see if i did anything wrong.It sure allows
no-reply at to flow thru without any problems but its letting
everything else from also along with that which is not what i
want.i also checked my whitelist rules.

Thanks for your reply again,

Venkata Achanta

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