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is there any possibility to ban an email or email group... I don't want to take emails from let's say blabla@blabla.com

so in my email server, i should be able to add this email address to black sender list...

I wish I could also add @blala.com or blabla* to black list...

There should be an easier way... instead of writing scripts....

Thanks in advance...

asked 27 Jun '11, 05:26

cuneytgargin
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Right now the only way to do this is with a Procmail rule, like this one:

:0:
*^From:blabla@blabla.com
/dev/null

Just place the above into rule in the 'Custom procmail' field in your mailbox.

We haven't had much demand for custom blacklists in the control panel (almost none, in fact), so we haven't developed a way to do this yet.

If we get more demand for this we'll certainly look into it.

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answered 27 Jun '11, 05:33

David L ♦♦
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