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From Ned Slider <...@unixmail.co.uk>
Subject Re: blizzard (and others) faux messages
Date Mon, 28 Jun 2010 10:37:57 GMT
Yes, I do exactly the same - whitelist by dkim (or spf) the domain that 
is being abused and then wack all mail from that domain that isn't signed.

On 28/06/10 10:07, Benny Pedersen wrote:
>
>> whitelist_from_dkim *@blizzard.com
>> whitelist_from_dkim *@battle.net
>
> first dont use wildcard
>

Why not - that looks fine to me?

> but as you want can be done like this
>
> blacklist_from foo@example.net
> whitelist_from_dkim foo@example.net
>
> if wildcard is needed do def_blacklist_from and def_whitelist_from_dkim
>

The only real difference I see between whitelist_from_dkim and 
def_whitelist_from_dkim is that they have different scores so one is 
'more whitelisted' than the other

There is some good documentation here:

http://www.ijs.si/software/amavisd/amavisd-new-docs.html#dkim-sa


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