For this situation it's probably rare enough to do it manually, e.g.
select lower half of file, cut, save.
On 6/11/2015 3:55 AM, surgemailHIDDEN@etwinsite.com wrote:
> Occasionally *it happens and an account is compromised, and sends out
> a bunch of spam to addresses that are added to the Address Whitelist
> before the password can be changed by the administrator.
> It would be great to be able to delete these addresses from the
> whitelist without affecting the existing list painstakingly built up
> over time by the user, but since the whitelist is displayed
> alphabetically the new "friends" are scattered all through the list,
> making them difficult to purge.
> My suggestion is that on the "Friends - Outgoing" screen there be an
> option to select addresses (already conveniently sorted by date) that
> could then be Removed from the whitelist (there is of course an
> existing option to Add entries to the whitelist, but this is the
> reverse, I want to Remove).
> Alternatively, if the Address Whitelist could be sorted by date of an
> address being added, it would be easy to isolate and purge addresses
> that might have been added during a recent incident.
> Or maybe there is another mechanism by which to achieve this?
> Otherwise the collateral damage from a compromised account is that
> there are a bunch of new addresses that can spam that user mercilessly
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