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question on spamd.alloweddomains

Juan Miscaro-2
I have a question re spamd.alloweddomains.  The spamd man [0] page
talks about domain suffixes.  Is it possible to populate the file with
actual addresses?  Seems this would be more effective.

/juan

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     The file /etc/mail/spamd.alloweddomains can be used to specify a list of
     domainname suffixes, one per line, one of which must match each destina-
     tion email address in the greylist.  Any destination address which does
     not match one of the suffixes listed in spamd.alloweddomains will be
     trapped, exactly as if it were sent to a spamtrap address.

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Re: question on spamd.alloweddomains

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Juan,

You can use email addresses, domains or partial domains in your
spamd.alloweddomains file.

 Spamd tarpit/greylisting anti-spam "how to" (spamdb)
 https://calomel.org/spamd_config.html

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On Sat, Jun 21, 2008 at 09:24:25AM -0400, Juan Miscaro wrote:

>I have a question re spamd.alloweddomains.  The spamd man [0] page
>talks about domain suffixes.  Is it possible to populate the file with
>actual addresses?  Seems this would be more effective.
>
>/juan
>
>[0]
>     The file /etc/mail/spamd.alloweddomains can be used to specify a list of
>     domainname suffixes, one per line, one of which must match each destina-
>     tion email address in the greylist.  Any destination address which does
>     not match one of the suffixes listed in spamd.alloweddomains will be
>     trapped, exactly as if it were sent to a spamtrap address.