Whitelist based on recipient

Guy Story KC5GOI kc5goi at gmail.com
Tue Dec 30 21:48:57 GMT 2008

Ray, I am not 100% sure how to get Postfix to do what you want but on
MailScanner I believe you need to add an entry to your spam whitelist rule
that reads:

FromTo:<tab>email at address.com<tab>yes

You should be able to put your 9 addresses in there and they will be skipped
for scanning at least for spam content.  I do not recommend doing a wildcard
then your domain but you could do that.  Make sure the entries are before
the default action.

On Postfix, good luck seems like I have seen a similar request but darned if
I remember where.


On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 3:10 PM, Raymond Jette <rjette at mestek.com> wrote:

> Good afternoon,
> I am running Postfix, Mailscanner, and Spamassassin on my MTA. I have 9
> mailboxes on an Exchange server that I want to receive all mail. I would
> like all mail sent to these addresses to bypass all checks at the MTA, MS,
> and SA.  At the MTA I am using
> reject_non_fqdn_hostname
> smtpd_help_required = yes
> I also need to skip these checks if possible.
> I have searched the archives and the web but i'm still not sure where to
> start.
> Thanks for the help,
> Ray
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Guy Story KC5GOI
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