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RE: connection level whitelist/blacklists anyone?

From: Cowles, Steve
Subject: RE: connection level whitelist/blacklists anyone?
Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2003 05:24:13 -0600

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nigel Horne
> Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2003 3:36 AM
> Subject: Re: connection level whitelist/blacklists anyone?
> On Thursday 13 Mar 2003 5:43 am, Chuck Yerkes wrote:
> > Using the access map model:
> > SPAMASS:               ALLOW
> > SPAMASS:127::1                  ALLOW
> > SPAMASS:192.168                 ALLOW
> The patch uploaded to the spamass-milter website has addresses
> hardcoded, I always wanted to improve it, so maybe I'll give 
> that an go and upload a new path.

I'm I following this thread correctly? This seems like just the type of
spamass-milter enhancement I've been looking for.

Background: In addition to using spamass-milter/sendmail as a frontend for
my exchange server, my mail server is also a backup MX for another domain
using the DSMTP mailer. i.e. In mailertable:

The only problem with this setup is...
1) By design, spamass-milter is called before sendmail chooses the mailer -
so SA is run against all e-mails queued for 
2) The primary MX for the backup domain ( also runs
SA against a totally different set of rules. So any e-mails
recieved during the ETRN are not processed by the primary MX.

It would be nice if I could configure spamass-milter to NOT run SA against
any e-mails for the backup domain and just let sendmail simply queue these
e-mails normally using the specified mailer. Using the access map would be
perfect fit. i.e.       NO_SA

or something along those lines.

Am I totally off base here in my understanding of this thread/proposed
feature? I hope not.

Steve Cowles

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