From: Anthony Howe
Date: 2006-11-13 03:18:45 -0500
Subject: Re: Whitelisting domains for milter-link
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Richard McLean wrote:
> We recently had a case where one of our major suppliers was in the
> surbl.org blacklist for a short period, and all emails with their domain
> name in them were being blocked. Is it possible to whitelist a domain
> with milter-link not linked to a particular sender or recipient? That is,
> even if the domain appears in the blacklist to let it through?
This should be cover in the documentation, but I appear to have
accidentally overwritten it or completely forgotten to add it.
You can specify in the access.db
to exclude domains from URI BL lookups. So for example you might say:
> I was also wondering about AUTH'ed traffic and milter-link. We have
> delay_checks turned on, and this seems to work with the other
> milters allowing AUTH'ed traffic through, but not with milter-link.
> Is there any way to specify that should make it through? Thanks!
You could try the option:
In most of my milters it defaults to on, but in milter-link I felt it
was more important to scan for suspicious links and so it defaults to
off. Alternatively you can use in the access.db:
to set a default for any AUTH tag; or you can be more selective about
which AUTH can be excluded. This is covered in the documentation.
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