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    Arrow whitelist for postfix spam filters

    hello,
    what is the zimbra way of adding a whitelist to the postfix mta server?
    I've added a few mtarestrictions and rbl_clients. I haven't seen it yet but I wouldn't be suprised to get false positives.
    If this happens, I'd like to be prepared to fix zimbra.

    On a regular postfix install, you add check_sender_access hash:/etc/postfix/whitelist

    then you list the domains in the whitelist file, for example:
    domain1.com OK
    domain2.com OK


    The check_sender_access is added to the smtpd_recipient_restrictions parameter.

    Thanks,

    Oskar

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    Default Whillist blues

    I very definitely have this problem.

    If domains are blocked then you dont get mail from them and you can not then forward a copy of them to the notspam@domain account.

    I too would like to have a simple white list that we could just put individual email addresses in.

    John

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    Default Still an issue

    Maybe I am missing something here I dont think the spamd detailed in the wiki does whitelists. currently we manually drop spam blockers when a customer complains then everyone esle complains when they get extra spam

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    Default Whitelists

    Not sure about the RBL's but you can whitelist in spamassassin
    nano -w /opt/zimbra/conf/spamassassin/60_whitelist.cf ? Maybe, haven't tested it yet.
    Last edited by brained; 10-19-2006 at 11:06 AM.

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    Default Putting whitelist in local.conf

    If I look at the file above it says I should edit my local.conf file. So I suppose if I put this in then
    the domains will be whitelisted.

    # My Added whitelist
    def_whitelist_from_rcvd *@domaintolist1.com
    def_whitelist_from_rcvd *@domaintolist1.com

    If this works then it would be useful to add from the zimbra interface.

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    has a whitelist option been added yet? I was unable to find it in the GUI's. I'm a network customer with customers who will require a whitelist very shortly. Any luck getting this supported in an incremental update?

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    Auto whitelist.

    I'm new to Zimbra. I use MailScanner and Openwebmail. I wrote a bash script that would check the user address list. Any address would be added to the the whitelist..

    David

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    could you post it to the forums?

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    Default Whitelist/Blacklist

    There is a wiki page

    http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?tit...st.2FBlacklist

    and a forum discussion about it
    Just use search...

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