steve.freegard at fsl.com
Thu Jan 27 22:53:17 GMT 2011
On 27/01/11 19:59, Rob Poe wrote:
> 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
If SpamAssassin is scoring the message then you need to fix your Trust
Path. See http://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/TrustPath
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