Feature request: Overloading Whitelists/Blacklists

Joost Waversveld joost at WAVERSVELD.NL
Thu Sep 8 18:43:53 IST 2005

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> The answer to your question is all in 
> /usr/lib/MailScanner/MailScanner/CustomConfig.pm. There is code in 
> there to provide per-user and per-domain white and black-lists. It's 
> all obvious in that file, it gives you instructions on what to set in 
> your MailScanner.conf and how to lay out the files.
> You can then just build the files from a database on a regular basis, 
> and kill -HUP (or service MailScanner reload) to tell MailScanner to 
> re-read all the files. It caches the files internally which makes it 
> a whole lot faster!
> This method is heaps faster than using a large conventional ruleset.
> It would be really helpful if you could log what you did into the 
> wiki so that the instructions are there for others.
> If you have problems setting it up, just shout for help.

Thanx for the very quick answers... I've tried it out and it's working 
now! It's
really great!

I did not know of the existence of that file... When I scrolled through 
it I saw
more great functions.

I'll update the wiki later this evening... Then I have some time...


Joost Waversveld

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