Joe Jobbed, etc.

Kevin Miller Kevin_Miller at CI.JUNEAU.AK.US
Thu Dec 22 21:21:20 GMT 2005

Steve Campbell wrote:
> Kevin,
> Let me explain a little better what I meant.
> With the options you have now:
> Is Definitely Spam =
> Definite Spam Is High Scoring =
> both can be a filename of a ruleset.
> You can then list, by name, domain or whatever, and specify the
> combination you desire for that name, domain, etc.
> The flexibility to do what you want, I believe, is already there.
> Just point the first to your blacklist file.
> Add entries to another file specified in the second parameter above
> such as: 
> From:    *    yes
> From:    *    no
> Default:    yes
> All entries in your "Is Definitely Spam" file will be Spam
> Any entry in your "Definite Spam Is High Scoring =" file with a 'yes'
> will be high spam.
> I think this will work this way.
> Steve Campbell
> campbell at
> Charleston Newspapers

Doh!  Absolutely right.  See, I told you MailScanner was extremely
flexible! ;-)

Thanks for the reality check.  Sometimes we (I?) get locked into
thinking about a solution based on what I've already got running,
forgetting that it's extensible.

Kevin Miller                Registered Linux User No: 307357
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