How to setup rules?
Billy A. Pumphrey
bpumphrey at woodmclaw.com
Thu Jun 15 15:38:03 IST 2006
> It's also worth checking some of your low-scoring spam. Make sure none
> matches ALL_TRUSTED. If *any* outside mail matches ALL_TRUSTED, read
> following wiki article on setting up your trusted_networks manually.
I have not done this yet. Before I implement this, I need to make sure
that I do it write.
- In MailScanner's case the trusted_networks settings will go in
In my case I believe my settings would be:
trusted_networks 10.1 (internal lan)
trusted_networks 18.104.22.168 (Mx record)
With this in the manual:
MXes for your domain(s) and internal relays should also be specified
using the internal_networks setting. When there are 'trusted' hosts that
are not MXes or internal relays for your domain(s) they should only be
specified in trusted_networks.
Looks like instead of using trusted_networks for mx records or internal
computers, internal_networks should be used.
Can you help me with what is needed for my network. I only can incoming
mail and my mx record is 22.214.171.124
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