dccifd spam reporting and env_to whitelisting

Vernon Schryver vjs@calcite.rhyolite.com
Fri Jan 23 15:07:19 UTC 2004


> From: Chris Mikkelson <chris@mikk.net>

> ...
> as spam.  All I need to do is find a way to allow
> selected addresses (e.g.  postmaster, abuse, etc.)
> to receive the message even if it is being reported
> as spam.

What is wrong with what dccifd does now when postmaster, abuse, etc.
are in /var/dcc/whiteclnt?

> It would be easy to do this if dccif(), when called
> with DCCIF_OPT_SPAM, would return:
> 	* DCCIF_RESULT_ACCEPT if all recipients
> 	  were whitelisted with env_to,
>         * DCCIF_RESULT_SOME if some recipients
> 	  are whitelisted, and
> 	* DCCIF_RESULT_REJECT otherwise.
> and of course, trim the envelope appropriately, and
> report the message in any case.

What is the difference between that and what dccif() does now when
dccifd has a suitable whiteclnt file?


Vernon Schryver    vjs@rhyolite.com



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