SuSE Mailing List whitelisting it

Sean Rima sean-sender-732ecf@tcob1.net
Sun Apr 7 20:17:37 UTC 2002


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On Sun, 7 Apr 2002, Vernon Schryver spake thusly:

>> From: Sean Rima <sean-sender-732ecf@tcob1.net>
> 
>> I am trying to whitelist the suse mailing list so that dccproc doesn't
>> check it. ok from suse-linux-e@suse.com fails as does ok env_from. The
>> problem is that the suse list uses ezmlm and has an identifier number
>> which changes with every message.
>>
>> Just wondering if anyone has a method to stopp dcc from scanning ezmlm
>> lists
> 
> Is there some other header that is constant?  If so, it should be
> possible to use `dccproc -S` or `dccm -S` and 
> "ok substitute some-string" or "ok substitut hex ..."
> in your whitelist file. 
> 
> What about white listing based on the IP address?
> 

The only one that I can see if X-Mailinglist: suse-linux-e

I though IPs were only for 24/7 system and not dialups

Sean

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