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Old 14th December 2009, 08:49
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Default black/white list of spamfilter & global filters

what's the format that I can use in both spamfilter and global filter's white/black list? for example, I want all 163.com be in white list except 2, abc@163.com & youradmin@163.com. How can I make it? And how's the prioity be used? Can I use wildcard too? "*" & "?" ? Thanks.
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Old 14th December 2009, 17:12
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The global filtser are postfix filters. If I remember correctly, the get matched from right to left. You can use e.g. 123.com or abc@123.com. Wildcard characters are not supported.

The spamfilter black and whitelists are a feature from amavisd-new. I think they are also just matched from left to right, but you might want to take a look at the amavisd-new documentation for details.
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