How to whitelist ?

Vernon Schryver vjs@calcite.rhyolite.com
Fri Feb 6 23:21:06 UTC 2004


> From: Harley Peters <harley@hpeters.net>

> Well I tried using the ip address
>
> ok    ip 128.193.0.34
>
> but it didn't work.

In what way did it not work?  What is in the log file for
one of the resulting message?  See `dccproc -El logdir` or 
set DCCM_LOG_AT=0 or DCCIFD_LOG_AT=0 in /var/dcc/dcc_conf
to generate log files.

Did you put that line in a client or server whitelist?

Does the log file agree that is the IP address of the SMTP client
that sent the message that should be whitelisted?


> I also tried
> ok    substitute eagle.gentoo.org
> ok     substitute eagle.gentoo.oregonstate.edu
>
> and that didn't work either.

Those lines will not work and should have generated errors when
dccm, dccproc, dccifd, or dbclean tried to parse them.

What does your /var/log/maillog (or whatever) say?


Vernon Schryver    vjs@rhyolite.com



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