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    Posted: 27 August 2004 at 3:29pm
Can individual accounts have their own whitelists?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote LogSat Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 August 2004 at 11:22pm

James,

Starting from build 2.1.1.367 we've added the following feature:

// New to VersionNumber = '2.1.1.367';

{TODO -cNew : Added option so that any quarantined (false positives) emails that the end user force-delivers will cause the sender to be automatically whitelisted}

From the readme.html http://file:

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Starting from SpamFilter ISP v 2.1, when an end user forces the delivery of a quarantined email to his mailbox, the sender of that email will be whitelisted so that the number of false-positives (good emails wrongly classified as spam) is reduced. The list of user-created entries is stored in the file AutoWhiteListForceDelivery.txt. The whitelisting is on a per-user basis, meaning that a sender is whitelisted only when he sends emails to that specific recipient. This will prevent a user mistakenly whitelisting a spammer, who could then send spam to all of your users.
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Hope this helps!

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R,

Any plans of making this feature tie into a database table?

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In the long run all of the black/whitelists will be stored in the database. At first we opted for text files as we had many users who opted not to use a quarantine database. As more and more are implementing the database option, we'll eventually migrate the settings in the DB. No time estimates though on when, sorry.

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R,

I'm just concern about maintenance on removing old users out of the autowhitelist and trying to sync 4 spam filter serverís autowhitelist files along with our database table that has our customers buddy lists.

 

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