That's a tricky issue.  The short answer is the list given here:

The longer answer is that spamdyke will continue running as long as it needs 
to, in order to determine that no whitelists are going to be matched.  For 
example, if you use a recipient whitelist, spamdyke needs to keep running until 
the recipient(s) are given, just in case a whitelisted one is used.  Otherwise, 
rejecting the connection because of a missing rDNS name might block someone who 
should be allowed to connect.

That being said, once a filter has been triggered, the remaining filters are 
skipped.  So if the missing rDNS filter is going to reject the connection but 
is forced to wait until the recipient(s) are given, the RBL filters won't run 
at all.

-- Sam Clippinger

On Feb 5, 2014, at 3:50 AM, Lawrence <> wrote:

> Morning Sam
> What order do the filters run in?
> your set order? or do they get processed in the order they are in the config 
> file?
> The reason I ask is that I would like to to process the blacklists first 
> before the rbl's as it will save some time.
> Regards
> Lawrence
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