From: Tom Hendrikx <tom@wh...> - 2012-12-14 23:39:13
While working on dspam stuff I ran into blocklisting, which is
apparently a way to block messages within DSPAM too. It is totally
undocumented, but after reading the source and having google find
mailing list stuff from 2007, I got it work: the related code is minimal
but seems to work fine.
Is there any reason why this feature is completely undocumented? It
seems to be there since at least 2005 (git blame points finger at jonz).
If you want to test it:
General idea is to create list in
/var/spool/dspam/data/<username>/username.blocklist, and add some domain
names, each on a line.
The domain from the email address in the From: header is matched against
the list, and any hit directly marks the message as Blocklisted/Spam.
The message is not learned as spam or used in any other way.