Whitelisting logged in user

Anthony Peacock a.peacock at CHIME.UCL.AC.UK
Wed Aug 24 15:08:59 IST 2005


> Now, the problem is that (As far as I know) the blacklists wins
> against a SA score, even if negative score, so now i've disabled the
> blacklist from MS. There's a way to understand the behaviour if
> blacklist and SA checks are in contrast by themself ???

This is what I did.  I decided that I prefered the scoring mechanism 
of SA over the 3 strikes and your out of MailScanner.  So I disable 
RBL checks in MailScanner and use the scores in SA.  That way you can 
mix and match your SA rules and scores to do what you want.

Anthony Peacock       
CHIME, Royal Free & University College Medical School
WWW:    http://www.chime.ucl.ac.uk/~rmhiajp/
"I haven't lost my mind...I sold it on eBay!"

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