Question regarding whitelisting part of a domain
maxsec at gmail.com
Sun May 5 09:24:09 IST 2013
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On Sunday, 5 May 2013, Mike Tremaine wrote:
> I should add that there is more then 1 domain on the server.
> So I'm not sure this will work unless I also added each other domain... [I
> might have to try it that way but..]
> Scan Messages = %rules-dir%/ScanMessages.rules
> In your rules directory (usually MailScanner/etc/rules/)
> Create a file with lines that look like:
> To: user1 at domain.com yes
> To: user2 at domain.com yes
> FromOrTo: default no
> On May 3, 2013, at 6:51 PM, Mike Tremaine wrote:
> > This is a strange one and I'm not sure how to do it off the top of my
> head. I've got a domain that wants to try out mailscanner BUT they only
> want a few  addresses filtered. The rest they want to let through
> untouched. [Yes I know but it's a waste of oxygen to argue sometimes].
> Without getting a full list of valid email addresses can anyone think of a
> clever way to whitelist the domain EXCEPT for the the 6. I don't think the
> rulesets allow for negation in the matching.... I also assume the biggest
> rule win so
> > To: *@somedomain.com yes
> > Would not work in the spam.whitelist.rules
> > -Mike Tremaine
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