Article ID: 4049, created on Mar 24, 2008, last review on May 10, 2014

  • Applies to:
  • Sphera

Symptoms

Resolution

Adding a user to your whitelist gives them a -100 score, which has the effect of always marking their mail as non-spam.

To manually whitelist a particular address, for an example, d.cary@sparkingwire.com, edit your local user prefs file ~/.spamassassin/user_prefs.

Examples:

# whitelist David Cary:
whitelist_from d.cary@sparkingwire.com
# whitelist everyone at sparkingwire.com:
whitelist_from *@sparkingwire.com

Same way you can use Black List:

# blacklist David Cary:
blacklist_from d.cary@sparkingwire.com
# blacklist everyone at sparkingwire.com:
blacklist_from *@sparkingwire.com

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