Spamassassin rules based on IP
Hugo van der Kooij
hvdkooij at vanderkooij.org
Wed Apr 23 06:06:40 IST 2008
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Gottschalk, David wrote:
| Can anyone give me any insight into how to do this?
| I can't determine how I would go about this.
One idea to get something done.
Write a SA rule to catch the condition for which you want to bypass a
rule. Then write a compound rule to counteract the effect of the normal
Say you have a rule to give 3 points if the string "many dollars" is
present. Then you happen to use this string a lot in outgoing mail
because mortgages is your business and you need to remind your customers
to pay their bill.
So you write a rule to detect it is an outgoing message. Then write a
rule to give -3 points if the condition for the "many dollars" is met
along with the condition you set for outgoing messages.
It is a lot of work and you get a very big rulebase you need to maintain
~ yourself. But technically you could make it work.
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