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Re: postfix anti-spam question

On Sat, 26 Jan 2002 21:13, Patrick Hsieh wrote:
> I am running postfix on my Debian GNU/Linux. Currently, I use some
> anti-spam rules as the system-wide filter. OK, some of my users are feeling
> ok with that, but some are not. My question is, is there any way to make
> some of the users to apply the postfix system-wide filter(such as
> unknown client reject, RBL reject...) but leave others fully open?

There have been patches floating around to do just this.  When I checked them 
out they uses a DB map of user-name to UCE policy, but I wanted to do it all 
through LDAP (which wasn't supported) and so I gave up on them.

The patches should still be floating around, a net search for "postfix per 
user UCE blocking" will hopefully turn up something.

This was also discussed on the postfix mailing list some time ago (maybe they 
have some list archives you can search).

Anyway if you discover that LDAP support is provided in recent patches then 
please let me know, I may be interested in Debianizing it.

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