Ruben de Groot
mail25 at bzerk.org
Mon Nov 23 08:28:30 UTC 2009
On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 06:40:37AM +0000, Marwan Sultan typed:
> > lastly, what format is used in the whitelist? is it similar
> > to what i have in /etc/mail/access?
> Well, I never change the whitelist, my openwebmail generates the data Automaticaly.
> You will not need to touch the file, as your webmail client will do it.
> However to answer your question its as
> whitelist_from user at xxx.xxx
> whitelist_from *@xxx.xxx
This may be confusing, as this thread started about spamassassins auto_whitelist feature.
Sure you can have your webmail or other client generate seperate whitelists as you
describe here, but the auto_whitelist file really is maintained by SA only, and it's
in Berkeley DB format.
Here's how it works:
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