[horde] Ingo blacklist filtering

Jan Schneider jan at horde.org
Thu Oct 4 11:52:16 UTC 2012

Zitat von Simon Wilson <simon at simonandkate.net>:

> I have a set of addresses in my blacklist filter rules and went  
> through and tidied them up yesterday to try and sort them out a  
> little... some of them were set to just the domain, e.g.  
> "@spammer.domain", so I cleared out a
> few that were specific senders and pushed them to be domain level,  
> assuming that would be fine. I must have set them to that at some  
> point over the last few years.
> This morning I had an email come through from an address that I  
> thought should be blocked, so I checked the blacklist - that looked  
> fine, the email address matched a domain level blacklist entry. Then  
> I noticed that the active script starts with this:
> 12: # Blacklisted Addresses
> 13: if address :all :comparator "i;ascii-casemap" :is  
> ["From","Sender", "Resent-From"] ["@....
> I notice that the test is an "is" not "contains" - so it looks like  
> domain level tests will fail as they won't match the "is".
> Is there any way to make Ingo use "contains" - perhaps specifically  
> for domain level entries as opposed to sender level?

Not at the moment.
Jan Schneider
The Horde Project

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