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how_to:whitelist_blacklist [2013/01/11 11:04]
paul [Fields which the Whitelist checks]
how_to:whitelist_blacklist [2018/11/14 10:45] (current)
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 ====Local Addresses==== ====Local Addresses====
 If you put an address on the whitelist which is also in a 'local domain',​ then, by default VPOP3 will ignore that when checking //​incoming//​ mail. This is because spammers often send spam pretending to be from the same domain as the recipient. In most cases, mail from local domains will be sent locally, not incoming, so, usually, this is a sensible rule to follow. If you put an address on the whitelist which is also in a 'local domain',​ then, by default VPOP3 will ignore that when checking //​incoming//​ mail. This is because spammers often send spam pretending to be from the same domain as the recipient. In most cases, mail from local domains will be sent locally, not incoming, so, usually, this is a sensible rule to follow.
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 +If you look in the messages headers of a filtered message, then VPOP3 will add a header line like:
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 +  X-VPOP3-WL: Skip Local (email.address)
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 +if this is happening
  
 If you want to tell VPOP3 to check the whitelist for incoming mail from local domain email addresses as well, then go to **Settings -> Spamfilter -> General**, go to the **Script Configuration** tab, and set **CheckLocalWhitelist** to **1**. If you want to tell VPOP3 to check the whitelist for incoming mail from local domain email addresses as well, then go to **Settings -> Spamfilter -> General**, go to the **Script Configuration** tab, and set **CheckLocalWhitelist** to **1**.
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