bypass amavisd after OK from policy daemon?

Rod K amavisd at
Wed Aug 7 17:00:58 CEST 2013


You can use Amavisd's built in SQL functionality to check your SQL based 
whitelist as well and set the policy bank used for that email which can 
be used to bypass any and all checks.

Rod K

On 8/7/2013 10:56 AM, Franz Schwartau wrote:
> Hi Patrick!
> On Wed, Aug 07, 2013 at 04:27:56PM +0200, Patrick Ben Koetter wrote:
>> * Franz Schwartau <franz at>:
>>>> Your only answer is to build
>>>> your policy decision into amavisd-new.
>>> Yes, but how? This is my question which is still unanswered. How can amavisd be configured to skip certain checks if some generic condition is met.
>> You have to solve the problem in amavisd (and not outside). You will have to
>> write a custom class to have it trigger on various criteria, as you pointed
>> out.
> I fancy myself to be an experienced perl programmer but I'm unfamiliar
> with amavisd. Do you have a hint how to accomplish this? Have you
> done something like this before?
> 	Best regards
> 		Franz

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