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    Posted: 04 April 2008 at 1:19pm

Hi all,

I have a problem with the SPF filter. I use a fallback mail server because I am a home user with a low end internet connection for my mail server that will disconnect some times.

When I receive a mail and my internet connection is not active it will send to my fallback mx. When my connection came active my fallback sends the mail, work great but not if the sender use SPF, SFI sees the sender and these is not defined as sender by SPF.

Does someone now if it is possible to create some kind of SPF white list, when the sender is from that ip it will not check, or some other way to work around this problem. I like SPF especially for senders that are used often as forged senders such like postcard sites.

Thanks,

jemmie
 
edit: I use SFI Standard version 4.0.0.772


Edited by jemmie - 04 April 2008 at 1:24pm
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