whitelist by subject
glenn.steen at gmail.com
Wed Sep 7 07:57:44 IST 2011
On 6 September 2011 23:57, Alex Broens <ms-list at alexb.ch> wrote:
> On 2011-09-06 23:36, Glenn Steen wrote:
>> Depends on your defenition of easy;-) .
>> Try constructing an SA rule, perhaps give it a hefty negative score, then
>> perhaps add a Sa rule hit action . ... Might give the effect you want.
>> Whitelist by subject... Could be problematic from a security standpoint,
>> I'm sure you've considered that already.
> An often forgotten SA feature:
> header SUBJECT_IN_WHITELIST eval:check_subject_in_whitelist()
> header SUBJECT_IN_BLACKLIST eval:check_subject_in_blacklist()
> score SUBJECT_IN_WHITELIST -100
> score SUBJECT_IN_BLACKLIST 100
> whitelist_subject [Bug *]
> blacklist_subject Make Money Fast
Thanks Alex. And if you'd like to trigger specific MailScanner
behaviour, then just use those two rule names in the MS config (if you
want to go from a pointbased thing, to an absolute course of action).
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