[Version 2.1+] Setting this value will cause JSpamFilter to check the
at the interval specified. If the timestamp of the file has changed, JSpamFilter
will reload the domain list from the file.
- RCPT TO limiting (limits the number of recipients for any given message.)
- The FilterTest shows which keyphrases were hit in the tested messages.
- IP-based "greylisting", which allows relaying, but only when the "from" address is in the local domain list.
- Connections that successfully SMTP AUTH can also be treated as greylisted connections (the default is to whitelist anyone who successfully authenticates to the mail server.)
AllowRelay=10.x 192.168.x 172.16.1.1
The IP address "whitelist." IP addresses in this list will explicitly
be allowed to relay mail (overriding the LocalDomainList and the spam filter.)
Additionally, a Received header will not be added to mail accepted from a whitelisted
IP address (to protect internal network address schemes.) Blocks of addresses
can be added using ".x" instead of a number. Separate multiple entries
The IP address "blacklist." No mail will be accepted from the IP
addresses (or blocks) listed. This overrides the "AllowRelay" parameter,
and completely shuts out mail from the addresses (or blocks of addresses) listed.
If not specified, the server behaves as if the list were empty. Separate multiple
entries with spaces.
[Version 3.1+] Optional. Setting this value will cause JSpamFilter to drop connections
if the specified number of recipients is exceeded.
AllowLocalDomainRelay=(IP Address List)
[Version 3.1+] Optional. This IP Address "greylist" will only allow
relay for messages using local domain names (the domain names in the LocalDomainList)
in the From header. If the "From" header does not match a domain name
in the list, the connection will be dropped.
[Version 3.1+] Optional, default is All. Normally, mail clients that use SMTP
Auth are treated as if they were on the "AllowRelay" whitelist; if
you set this value to Local, then clients using SMTP Auth are treated as if they
were on the "AllowLocalDomainRelay" greylist.
[Version 2.1+] Setting this value will cause JSpamFilter to behave as if all inbound
connections came from the specified address. This can be used (in a non-production
environment!) to test for proper DNSBL operation.