On 3.3.2010 17:42, green wrote: > Jari Fredriksson wrote at 2010-03-03 07:52 -0600: >> On 3.3.2010 3:38, Ron Johnson wrote: >>> SA, which is "attached" to Postfix, isn't doing what I think it should >>> do. According to instructions I found on the Intarweb, per-user >>> whitelist addresses go in ~/.spamassassin/user_prefs with the format: >>> whitelist_from email@example.com >> >> Side note: "whitelist_from" is the most dangerous variant of those >> whitelist commands in SA. "whitelist_auth" of "whitelist_from_rcvd" >> should be used, if at all possible. >> >> whitelist_from accepts also spam, if the sender address is forged, which >> most often is in spam or virii. > > Unfortunately whitelist_from_rcvd requires a second "relay rDNS" parameter, and > whitelist_auth requires SPF or DKIM. > > Is it possible to have something like whitelist_from_rcvd without the second > required parameter? No, but it should be possible to find the relay by looking into some previous message from the sender, and set it accordingly. Of course, it is a laptop user moving from network to another, that does not work. -- http://www.iki.fi/jarif/ And do you think (fop that I am) that I could be the Scarlet Pumpernickel?
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