Marc Perkel wrote:
>
>
> John Rudd wrote:
>> Marc Perkel wrote:
>>> As opposed to preprocessing before using SA to reduce the load. (ie.
>>> using blacklist and whitelist before SA)
>>>
>>>

>>
>>
>> I do not.
>>
>> (greet-pause of 5 seconds; zen and dsbl as blacklists; local access
>> type blocks; dangerous attachment filename blocker; and then clamav
>> with Sanesecurity, MSRBL, MBL signatures; all of those _reject_
>> messages during the SMTP session before Spam Assassin gets to see them)
>>

>
> Do you check any whitelists to bypass ham around SA?
>


If SMTP-AUTH or webmail is used, then the blacklists, local access
blocks, dangerous attachment blocker, and spam assassin checks are all
skipped.

I _can_ whitelist different individual addresses from any check, but I
don't.