From: Hill, Brett <brett.hill@nl...> - 2013-01-11 12:14:39
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Fritz Borgstedt [mailto:fb@...]
> Sent: Thursday, January 10, 2013 10:54 PM
> To: ASSP development mailing list
> Subject: Re: [Assp-test] Moving to 3rd party email archiving service -
> settings sh
> The frontend IP must be listed in ispip for ISPHostNames to work.
Let me clarify once more.
If I put my 3rd party in ISPIP, it will allow emails to pass through,
but they won't be checked for anything?
If I put my 3rd party in ISPIP and ISPHostNames, it will check things?
In order to use ISPHostNames, I have to look at the headers of emails
coming through and find it out correct? They have given me 3 "/24"
ranges from which emails could come from.
From: Fritz Borgstedt <fb@iw...> - 2013-01-11 12:31:47
ASSP development mailing list <assp-test@...>
>Let me clarify once more.
Please read the GUI, the clarification is there:
ISP/Secondary MX Servers* (ispip)
Enter any addresses or hostnames that are your ISP or backup MX
servers, separated by pipes (|).
These addresses will (necessarily) bypass Griplist, IP Limiting,
Delaying, PenaltyBox, SPF, DNSBL and SRS checks unless the IP can be
determined by ispHostnames (ISP Connecting IP). For example:
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