That would be pretty challenging to add.  spamdyke can already require the 
sender address to match the domain of the authentication username 
(reject-sender=authentication-domain-mismatch) but it doesn't read qmail's 
"assign" file at all.

In the long term, the best way to add something like this would probably be to 
allow spamdyke to run custom commands/scripts that perform additional checks.  
That would make it much easier to add one-off filters.

-- Sam Clippinger

On May 9, 2017, at 3:33 PM, Pablo Murillo (rednet) via spamdyke-users 
<> wrote:

> Hi
> I'm  looking for an option where the user login with and
> write emails with , this is beacuse we have many domains
> with aliases (Vpopmail aliases)
> The reject-sender=not-local solve part of the problem, but not all
> Is there a chance to have a new option where the same user but with
> different domain can be accepted only if the domain is an alias of the login
> domain ?
> Vpopmail use the file [QMAIL-DIR]/users/assign to "create" the aliases
> domains
> Is too complex ?
> Pablo Murillo
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