Mail conditional filtering and archiving

Rolands Mekss rolands at
Wed Mar 28 20:12:03 CEST 2007

Ok, sounds good. But can i somehow inform by email this person who is 
responsible for mail reviewing about this event?

Thiago Martins wrote:
> You can use the "Is Definitely Spam" setting in MailScanner.conf.
> The option will be somthing like this:
> Is Definitely Spam = %rules-dir%/spam.blacklist.rules
> Edit that file and insert this:
> To: ripper at    yes
> All messages addressed to that mail will be flagged as SPAM and will
> be put in quarantine if you have defined that High score spam will be
> quarantined.
> You can review them and release if you want to.
> I hope this helps.
> On 3/28/07, Rolands Mekss <rolands at> wrote:
>> Hi
>> I need to block outgoing messages to speciffic domain for reviewing. So
>> for example user sends mail to ripper at, it needs to be
>> caught, put somewhere for later inspection and if needed released as it
>> is done with quarantine. I'm new to mailscanner, so first idea that i
>> have is to craete ruleset and apply it to "Archive Mail" directive so
>> these mails are stored somewhere. Also i could use "Reject Message" with
>> similar ruleset (though i'll have to manually synchronize them).
>>     But i have no idea how to allow a reviewer to "release" messages
>> that are "safe". "Archive Mail" stores messages in some format, but how
>> to "release" them or forward if they are believed to be OK.
>>    Will appreciate any help. Corrections are welcome if i am wrong at my
>> ideas. Thanks!

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