I would use g_safe_country and whitelist your entire country, that will
avoid a lot of problems while still keeping useful checks for the rest
of the world. It's not essential to apply this to all addresses, as
hackers tend to come from 'everywhere' at once, and least often from
your own country
Currently that check is being done before the user sends their return
address so it would require a structural change to make the whitelist
accept a from address sorry.
On 17/01/2017 8:18 a.m., surgemailHIDDEN@etwinsite.com wrote:
> We have a user that needs to send email via authenticated SMTP from a form processing company. The problem that we are running into is with g_safe_smtp. The form processor never uses POP3 or IMAP. We do not know what IP space the form processing company will be using so we cannot easily exclude their IP addresses. Consequently, they are being blocked because g_safe_smtp is enabled.
> Would it be possible for g_safe_smtp to whitelist based on g_from_allow, g_spam_user_skip, or g_user_send_white OR could we could be allowed to enter email addresses into g_safe_white?
> Jim Lohiser
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