[Mailman-Users] cascaded lists -- any tips?
martin f krafft
madduck at madduck.net
Thu Feb 19 14:18:49 CET 2004
also sprach Tokio Kikuchi <tkikuchi at is.kochi-u.ac.jp> [2004.02.19.1402 +0100]:
> Or, .... Hmm... You may hack SpamDetect.py's last line as
> --- SpamDetect.py.orig Thu Feb 19 21:40:56 2004
> +++ SpamDetect.py Thu Feb 19 21:43:14 2004
> @@ -122,4 +122,4 @@
> if action == mm_cfg.HOLD:
> hold_for_approval(mlist, msg, msgdata, HeaderMatchHold)
> if action == mm_cfg.ACCEPT:
> - return
> + msgdata['approved'] = 1
> and put the A list address in privacy/spam / accept header
This is a hack, right? Essentially, I am using the spam whitelist to
circumvent all moderation for certain recipients. Albeit rather
dirty, this may be my best call for now, since the spam regexps are
otherwise not used.
It would be great to have two whitelists for sender and receiver for
each list, which cause approval without moderation checks.
martin; (greetings from the heart of the sun.)
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