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From: Lloyd Zusman (hippomanpotamuses.net)
Date: Wed Apr 11 2007 - 15:58:20 CDT
Lloyd Zusman <hippoman <at> potamuses.net> writes:
> Kai Fürstenberg <kai_lists_postfix <at> fuerstenberg.ws> writes:
> > [ ... ]
> > Use regexp instead of hash:
> > smtpd_recipient_restrictions = regexp:/etc/postfix/greylist-control
> > greylist-control:
> > /user <at> domain\.tld/ ???WHAT-TO-DO???
> > /^.*/ greylist_policy
> Aha! This is the exact solution I'm looking for. I presume that pcre
> will work as well as regexp.
... and to follow up on my own post, I just now realized that if I use
pcre, I can also do this:
That gives me inverse access restrictions "right out of the box".
God bless you.