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    Posted: 19 June 2007 at 4:09pm

Hello,

I already have searched my whole hard disk but I am not able to find the autowhitelist text file.

I've searched SpamFilter directory and subdirectories as well as Windows\system32. My server is configured to show hidden files and folders and system files.

I am running Spam Filter 3.5.3.674 evaluation version as a service.

However I can see in the activity log some entries saying (...)( AutoWhiteList Force Delivery).

Where is this information stored?

Tia

 

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The file should be called "AutoWhiteListForceDelivery.txt", and its location will depend on the mode you're running SpamFilter ("Enterprise" or "Standard"). If running in "Enterprise" mode, each domain that has been customized will have its copy of that file in a subdirectory under \SpamFilter\domains\". With SpamFilter "Standard" the file should be placed by default in the "\SpamFilter\domains\SFI\" directory.
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Hello, Roberto.

I am sorry, but there is no sign of this file in the folder you mentioned.

In this folder, among the text files that I created for specific filters, there is a file called filter.ini. Inside this file there are several entries:

[Filter Settings]
LocalDomainsFileName=C:\Program Files\SpamFilter\domains\SFI\LocalDomains.txt
BL_AttachmentsFileName=
BL_AttachmentsForceDelete=0
WL_AuthorizedTOEmailsFileName=
WL_AutoWhiteListForceDeliveryFileName=
AutoWhiteListForceDeliveryEnabled=1
BL_MAPSForceDelete=0
BL_KeywordsForceDelete=0
BL_CountriesForceDelete=0
WL_DomainsIPsFileName=
WL_EmailsTOFileName=
WL_EmailsFromFileName=C:\Program Files\SpamFilter\domains\SFI\WhiteList.txt
BL_HoneypotBlockedIPsFileName=
BL_HoneypotEmailsFileName=C:\Program Files\SpamFilter\domains\SFI\Honeypot.txt
BL_HoneypotEmailsForceDelete=0
BL_KeywordsFileName=C:\Program Files\SpamFilter\domains\SFI\KeywordFiltering.txt
BL_DomainsFileName=C:\Program Files\SpamFilter\domains\SFI\BL_Domains.txt
BL_DomainsForceDelete=0
BL_EmailsFromFileName=C:\Program Files\SpamFilter\domains\SFI\FROM.txt
(...)

You can see that although there is an entry for AutoWhiteListForceDeliveryEnabled=1, the entry WL_AutoWhiteListForceDeliveryFileName=

is blank.

If the entry for the filename is blank, where is the content of the actual AutoWhiteList stored? As I told you before, I've searched my entire hard disk for a filename like "auto*.txt" and found nothing. What filename should I search for?

 

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