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Old 12th October 2011, 13:08
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Default Ispconfig Global (and per-user) whitelist/blacklist problem

Hi,

we are experiencing a problem with the whitelist/blacklist on the global preference (but also in the per-user preference).
From the ispconfig interface i'm able to setup the whitelisted address but the whitelist it's not consider from the mailserver (postfix).
Mmmh try to explain better with an example.

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Destination email (email domain hosted on ispconfigserver): mydestinationaccount@mydestinationdomain.com
Sender email (external email): mysenderaccount@mysenderdomain.com

From the ISPCONFIG interface I browse in "Email" -> "Global Filters" -> "Postfix Whitelist".
There I have added a new "Whitelist Record" with the following data:

Server: mydestinationdomain.com (the server where mydestinationdomain.com it's hosted)
Whitelist Address: mysenderaccount@mysenderdomain.com
Type: Recipient (but I have tried also with Sender, and the results are not changed..)
Active: yes (actived)

After that, i have tried to send an email from mysenderaccount@mysenderdomain.com to mydestinationaccount@mydestinationdomain.com
and was marked as SPAM...

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My ISPConfig version is 3.0.3.3

Someone can put me some istruction on what I can try in order to get the whitelisting working?
I hope to have explain in clear way what's my problem.

Thank you.
Mark
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Old 12th October 2011, 13:26
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You mix up spamfilter and postfix whitelists here. The postfix whitelist is not related to amavisd/ spamassassin, Postfix whitelist is used when you block e.g. mails with RBL's in postfix and you want to whitelist some addresses from these rbl blocks.

Emails are scanned for spam and marked as spam by amavis/spamassassin. Amavisd has its own white and blacklists, foiund in the spamfilter section.
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Old 12th October 2011, 13:59
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You mix up spamfilter and postfix whitelists here. The postfix whitelist is not related to amavisd/ spamassassin, Postfix whitelist is used when you block e.g. mails with RBL's in postfix and you want to whitelist some addresses from these rbl blocks.

Emails are scanned for spam and marked as spam by amavis/spamassassin. Amavisd has its own white and blacklists, foiund in the spamfilter section.
Thank you, Till.
Before, I had already test also from Spafilter whitelist...but the result not change...it's look that the whitelist is not consider...

Following the previous example i had:

- logged in the ispconfig of mydestinationdomain.com;
- browse to "Email" -> "Spamfilter" -> "Whitelist";
- here I add a whitelist record and i had put:

User: mydestinationaccount@mydestinationdomain.com
Email: mysenderdomain.com (just the domain in order to grab wole the account there...)
Priority: 5
Active: yes

then saved.
For additional security i had also restart postfix. But the result it's the samer. The serverdomain is not whitelisted...still in spam...
There are other that i can control in order to make this works?

Thank you.
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Old 12th October 2011, 14:02
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Email: mysenderdomain.com (just the domain in order to grab wole the account there...)
It has to be @mysenderdomain.com and not mysenderdomain.com. Please see chapter 4.7.2.1 about spamfilter whitelists in the ispconfig manual.
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Old 12th October 2011, 15:35
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It has to be @mysenderdomain.com and not mysenderdomain.com. Please see chapter 4.7.2.1 about spamfilter whitelists in the ispconfig manual.
Thank you Till, and i'm sorry. This solve.
I have clearly read the manual in wrong way....
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