Mailing List SIMS@mail.stalker.com Message #14924
From: Bill Cole <listbill@scconsult.com>
Subject: Re: sending to blacklisted domains
Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2005 10:28:00 -0500
To: SIMS Discussions <SIMS@mail.stalker.com>
At 6:41 PM -0500 2/17/05, The Count of CipherSpace  imposed structure on a stream of electrons, yielding:
Bill Cole at 2005-02-16 18:07 from listbill@scconsult.com wrote:

At 11:29 AM -0500 2/16/05, Timothy Binder  imposed structure on a
stream of electrons, yielding:
On 2/16/05 8:00 AM, "Charles Mangin" <option8@option8.com> wrote:

  i asked this before, but never got a reply. any advice or appropriate
  router entries would be appreciated:

  i *think* i've set up my router to accept the required abuse and
  postmaster emails from blacklisted domains with lines like such (based
  on advice previously gleaned from this list):

  <abuse%*@blacklisted> = abuse
  <postmaster%*@blacklisted> = postmaster

Yes, this is the way to do it.

I don't think so, exactly. I believe that if you blacklist a *domain*
(i.e. map it to 'error' in the router) there is no override. The
above works to accept mail being offered from addresses on the IP
blacklist or in a DNSBL.

The following works:

<postmaster@example.com> = postmaster@example.com.smtp
example.com = error

i.e. the whitelisted address has to appear before the blacklisted domain.

I may be misunderstanding the original question, but I think that's not what he was looking for...

That would allow you to handle mail to and from a single non-local address despite a domain-based blacklisting of the non-local domain part of that address.

I thought the question was about allowing exemption of a single local address from rules blacklisting a non-local domain, i.e. letting the local postmaster account exchange mail with any address in  the otherwise blacklisted domain.

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Bill Cole
bill@scconsult.com

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