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PEdge



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PostPosted: Sun Aug 13, 2006 6:40 pm    Post subject: Friends vs DNSBL? Reply with quote

I just began using AS today (1.6.4), and have encountered something that doesn't seem right to me. Even though I have a particular domain in the Friends list (*@domain.com), a message from this domain was classified as junk due to the Source IP being blacklisted.

Shouldn't the message be checked against the Friends list first?

I have "Execute DNSBL checks for headers only" unchecked, since I don't want any messages automatically deleted from the server. Is there some configuration setting that I have overlooked that is causing this?
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 8:37 am    Post subject: Re: Friends vs DNSBL? Reply with quote

PEdge wrote:
I just began using AS today (1.6.4), and have encountered something that doesn't seem right to me. Even though I have a particular domain in the Friends list (*@domain.com), a message from this domain was classified as junk due to the Source IP being blacklisted.

Shouldn't the message be checked against the Friends list first?

I have "Execute DNSBL checks for headers only" unchecked, since I don't want any messages automatically deleted from the server. Is there some configuration setting that I have overlooked that is causing this?

Make sure you set the display name for the correspondent record in Friends list to "*". The plug-in checks two fields for each item - display name and email address. If you are using a mask for email address (*@domain.com), then you must set a display name to "*" for recognizing as non-spam the messages from domain.com with any display name.
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PEdge



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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ok, I'm sure that is the problem. For some reason I was thinking that the display name wasn't being used internally.

Thank you!
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