Oh, make sure you have
If you can reproduce this problem send me an example header and user
delivery log and rules.
On Saturday 16/04/2011 at 5:00 am, Orin Wells wrote:
> Is there any way to bypass the surgemail and webmaster applied spam
> rules for addresses that pass the "Friends Whitelist"?
> I had someone complain to me that he was not receiving messages from a
> specific sender. When I investigated I found out that the reason was
> that the message contained a "four letter word" that we had added to
> our spam filter rule. Their friends function was turned on to add
> outgoing addresses to their friends list.
> It became even more interesting when the tech who works with them, has
> a local domain and thus email address on our server was unable to send
> me a copy of the message to examine. He is in MY friends list but it
> was nailed by the filter.
> It seems to me if one designates a particular sender as a "friend"
> there should be no reason at any level to block the sender although we
> know that there are people who have nothing better to do with their
> time than to hack into user accounts on yahoo, aol etc., harvest the
> address books and send emails with the hacked user address to everyone
> in the address book. But, those typically do not get trapped by the
> spam filtering anyway.
> The problem is some industries have folks who can't speak a sentence
> without using some "quaint" colloquial term every fourth word. They
> write like they speak. If the recipients are OK with this, there
> should be some way to let these messages get through to them.
> Especially when they have spam filtering turned off and the friends
> list activated. I am not too keen on removing these filters generally
> but would really like a way to let those who are afraid to miss
> something important completely bypass ALL filtering.
> Orin Wells
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