garyjyao at gmail
Apr 29, 2012, 5:26 PM
Post #1 of 1
Re: clamav-users Digest, Vol 91, Issue 17
> "Postfix" questions should be directed to the "Postfix Mail Forum"
> <http://www.postfix.com/lists.html> "Spamassassin" questions should be
> directed towards their mailing lists:
> You could check the documentation for both the "clamav-milter" and
> "spamassassin" to achieve your goal. Clamav-milter does has methods for
> whitelisting addresses; however, since I don't use "spamassassin" I am
> not sure how it works in that environment.
> Jerry ?
Thanks for you help, yes there is a postfix solution I should have posted there.
> I wouldn't go there at all until I had proved that users machine is clean.
> From here it certainly sounds like it is infected. You should be pretty
> positive that he needs to disinfect his machine.
This is correct and what I am going to do, I just asked the user to
remove any reference to bad keyword such as bank, credit card, etc.
The main cause I think is there were a link to a url with credit card
in it. Thanks!
> I don't know about Postfix but you can do some whitelisting in the milter.
> There is a dedicated "Exclusions" section in its config file[*].
> You may want to give a look at it.
> -- aCaB
Thank you aCaB, this is the original solution I was after. Much appreciated
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