Jeroen van Aart schrieb:
> Why would you want such functionality.
This is easy to answer: I need this functionality cause there are still false
positive in these folders. Thus, someone must check them and it's better to
let the receiver do this then a global postmaster.
The most senders should be in the whitelist of course but the mail interface
does not work because I'm using SMTP SSL for sending mails and until SSL is
not supported by ASSP itself (except for using this ugly stunnel) I started a
second mailserver for authed users only to realize it without sending the
mails through ASSP. Thus, the whitlist isn't up to date.
> The sender, if it was legitimate, then knows it didn't arrive and can act
> upon it.
This works only in theory, too. What the sender gets is a "Can't send mail"
message. As far as my experience goes most users are "shocked" by this and
are mostly not even able to read the message! So they send the mail again and
I also have set a "super high message limit" (ccMaxScore). Messages above this
level are not copied to the spam directory.
Philipp Niethammer nochwer.de
Birkenwaldstr. 204 guite.de