tm at navarino
Jul 13, 2004, 9:16 AM
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Re: User-specific blacklist/whitelist (means: combined badmailfrom and badmailto)
[In reply to]
On 2004-07-13 19:03 [EET], Thanos Massias wrote:
> On 2004-07-13 18:40 [EET], Martin Müller wrote:
>>>I've been googling around for a while but not found what I am looking
>>>for my qmail-vpopmail installation:
>>>I thought there should be the possibility to define in
>>>control/badmailfrom lines like
>>>recipient-addr:sender-addr which would mean, that only this recipient
>>>doesn't like mails from the given sender. For global this could be like
>>>*:sender-addr (or just :sender-addr)
>>>Please, does anyone know, if there is alreade such a possibility do
>>>define user specific blacklists, maybe in the way I described/suggested?
>>>The qmail-smtpd.c code is too hard for my limited c-knowledge, but I
>>>think this must be possible (wait for reject till both, sender and
>>>recipient are compared with the badmail list).
>>>It would be really great if anyone can help me.
> Save yourself the trouble of messing with a half-baked idea.
> If you do need what you describe, look at TMDA ( http://tmda.net/ ).
> With the proper configuration it can do this and much more.
> The only drawback is that you will need to initialy accept even those
> messages that you will eventually reject.
Or try writting a plugin for use by qmail-spp:
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