DEPRECATION NOTICE

See the access plugin for upgrade instructions.

mail_from.access

This plugin will evaluate the address against a set of white and black lists. The lists are applied in the following way:

mail_from.access.whitelist (pass) mail_from.access.whitelist_regex (pass) mail_from.access.blacklist (block) mail_from.access.blacklist_regex (block)

Configuration mail_from.access.ini

General configuration file for this plugin.

  • mail_from.access.general.deny_msg

    Text to send the user on reject (text).

Configuration mail_from.access.whitelist

The whitelist is mostly to counter blacklist entries that match more than what one would want. This file should be used for a specific address, one per line, that should bypass blacklist checks. NOTE: We heavily suggest tailoring blacklist entries to be as accurate as possible and never using whitelists. Nevertheless, if you need whitelists, here they are.

Configuration mail_from.access.whitelist_regex

Does the same thing as the whitelist file, but each line is a regex. Each line is also anchored for you, meaning ‘^’ + regex + ‘$’ is added for you. If you need to get around this restriction, you may use a ‘.*’ at either the start or the end of your regex. This should help prevent people from writing overly permissive rules on accident.

Configuration mail_from.access.blacklist

This file should be used for a specific address, one per line, that should fail on connect.

Configuration mail_from.access.blacklist_regex

Does the same thing as the blacklist file, but each line is a regex. Each line is also anchored for you, meaning ‘^’ + regex + ‘$’ is added for you. If you need to get around this restriction, you may use a ‘.*’ at either the start or the end of your regex. This should help prevent people from writing overly permissive rules on accident.