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>>> On 7/23/2007 at 6:38 AM, in message <11741382.post@talk.nabble.com>, =

smeevil wrote:

Hello all,

I was wondering if any of you know if the following is possible :

It would be nice to tell SA to use certain rule sets or exclude certain
rulesets depending on the domain a mail is sent to.

If at all possible , then a MySQL based list to tell which rules to use =
for
a domain would be the nicest solution.=20

Thanks in advance,
Gerard de Brieder
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It'd be a little work to start with, but you could write a script that =
read the SA documentation and parsed out every rule and input it into your =
database, and 0 out the rules you don't want to use?
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315-624-5843
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I was =
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It =
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If at all possible =
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be the nicest solution.

Thanks in advance,
Gerard de Brieder
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rules you don't want to use?

 



 

 

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Network Analyst I

Faxton St. Lukes Healthcare

315-624-5843

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