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RE: Whitelist possible

From: 91397@xyz.molar.is
Date: Fri 29 Aug 2003 - 22:23:04 GMT


>>Hi,
>>I've justed start to use Anomy 1.62, and wonder if there is a way to
>>configure a whitelist ?

I just use procmail to do a whitelist receipe before anything else, like:

###########################################
# whitelist contains any extended regular exp like:
# 91492@xyz.molar.is or
# gooddomain.net

WHITELIST='~/.WHITELIST'

:0:
* ? egrep -isf $WHITELIST
{$DEFAULT}
###########################################

-HTH
 
Robert Cassell
Systems Administrator
Iota Corporation
www.storlink.com <http://www.storlink.com/>

-----Original Message-----
From: anomy-list+91531@xyz.molar.is
[mailto:anomy-list+91531@xyz.molar.is]On Behalf Of henry j. mason
Sent: Friday, August 29, 2003 3:50 PM
To: 91442@xyz.molar.is
Subject: Re: [anomy-list]: Whitelist possible

        the way i solved this problem was to set up
        different domains to route through different
        filter scripts. setup details are going to
        depend on what MTA you are using, basically.

        however, there *may* be some other way to do
        this, but it would probably involve digging
        into the sanitizer code...

        henry

Distribution Lists wrote:

> just for clarification, what I mean by whitelist, is to specify a domain
> or email address not to be processed by anomy...
>
>>Hi,
>>I've justed start to use Anomy 1.62, and wonder if there is a way to
>>configure a whitelist ?
>>
>>Regards
>>
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