From: Anthony Howe
Date: 2006-09-30 02:58:03 -0400
Subject: Re: milter-gris doco
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Mathias Koerber wrote:
>> milter-gris-Auth:auth_authen RHS-value
>> milter-gris-Auth: RHS-value
> That seems to be the description from the milter-bcc:Auth which was
> pasted but not adjusted to reflect the correct RHS syntax?
This has already been corrected and will appear with the next update.
> 2. Further down there is this recommendation:
>> When using the -f option, you should place the local host and your
>> local network in the access database. For example:
>> Connect:127.0.0.1 OK
>> Connect:192.168.1 OK
> There is no documentation for a -f option !
-f was the old option for what is now ``access-db''. This has been
corrected and will appear in the next update.
> 3. Some examples for entries in the access.db would be appreciated,
> other than those with message limiting.
This is a documentation error again and corrected.
> Especially how milter-gris handles entries with 'OK' 'RELAY'
> as in 2. above (ie w/o specific milter-gris-XXX prefix in the key).
> 4. Does the timeframe for message limits in the RHS of access.db
> control how long an entry stays whitelisted?
> Can I say milter-gris:1.2.3 -1/5d
> and milter-gris:firstname.lastname@example.org -1/2d
These do NOT apply to milter-gris. It was a copy/paste error from
> to whitelist these for 5 and 2 days respectively?
> Which would be used if a mail came from email@example.com via IP 220.127.116.11?
> 5. How does one simply whitelist a recipient address?
> milter-gris:firstname.lastname@example.org -1/1 ?
> 6. How can one whitelist a specific ip,mail,rpct tupel?
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