Unfortunately, there really isn't a more elegant way. You could either add
them to a recipient whitelist file, which would bypass all filters, or you
could use the addresses to create files in a config-dir folder to just turn off
graylisting for those addresses. But neither of those options will match a
glob pattern, they'll only match a list of specific addresses.
-- Sam Clippinger
On May 19, 2017, at 3:30 PM, Amitai Schleier via spamdyke-users
> I use spamdyke's graylisting feature for all incoming mail. I still generally
> find it helpful. (Thanks!)
> I have a set of addresses that are purpose-specific and unpublicized, and I'd
> like to skip graylisting for messages addressed to these recipients.
> [Spammers, please stop reading here ;-)]
> The recipient addresses I'd like to whitelist match the glob
> "firstname.lastname@example.org". Most of them don't have their own .qmail
> instructions, so I can't generate a list of addresses from .qmail files. They
> mostly all deliver via a matching .qmail-default (specifically,
> I _do_ want to continue graylisting everything else @schmonz.com.
> Do I need to scan my email archive, build up a list of every schmonz-web-foo
> recipient I want to whitelist, put them all in a recipient-whitelist-file,
> and keep that file up-to-date as I invent new addresses? Or is there a more
> elegant way to do what I want?
> - Amitai
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