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    Posted: 02 June 2005 at 12:48pm

This may have been asked already, so I apologize if so.

 

It is quite often that I have to add people to our white list because of various reasons like many others here have to do as well. I would like to ability to add tags to the white list(s) to direct the sender/domain to only bypass certain filters.

For example, in the ‘excluded domain/ip’ file you could have

Domain-name.com:MX

And this would tell it anything coming from *@domain-name.com would bypass the mx record check. Different tags could be made for the different filters.

Domain-name.com:RBL

This could bypass the blacklist check... and so on. I just don’t like adding people to the white list and knowing that they are bypassing all my filters... (except the virus check)

 

Thanks.

 

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Cool idea but sounds very tricky!

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Yes it does sound tricky, but I have faith in Roberto. :)
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This would be good for some of my customers who want to receive zips because they are a graphics house, but still be able to have spam checking (except for the zips).

 

 

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any thoughts Roberto?
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One our our planned upgrades is to add the flexibility of chosing to which domain every one of the filters applies to. We were however planning of having this GUI-based, which would require major GUI changes to the interface. Having the same options in the "local domains" file itself, as modifiers for the domains, is actually a good compromise.

We've been thinking about this for the last few days, and will post more info should we opt to go the "easier" route.
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