Scott Silva ssilva at
Thu Jan 27 20:20:07 GMT 2011

on 1/27/2011 11:59 AM Rob Poe spake the following:
> One of my users has a Sprint cell phone, and sends messages by authenticating
> (SMTP/POP) to our corporate messaging.
> He sends out an email to someone outside the org, and SpamAssassin is catching
> it and scoring it because it's on the BRBL (the Sprint IP pool) and that's in
> the header.
> I'd rather NOT scan any email that comes from my trusted MTA (the corporate
> messaging system).
> How would I accomplish that (i.e. whitelist any email from a certain MTA ip).
> r
Look for a header value that only shows up in authenticated mail from your
system and add a decent negative score for it.

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