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== SpamAssassin Rule: USER_IN_WHITELIST == == SpamAssassin Rule: USER_IN_WHITELIST_TO ==
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''Standard description:'' From: address is in the user's white-list ''Standard description:'' User is listed in 'whitelist_to'
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A user or site administrator has added the sender's address to a list of trusted addresses. If the given address appears as a recipient in the message headers (Resent-To, To, Cc, obvious envelope recipient, etc.) the mail will be whitelisted. Useful if you're deploying SpamAssassin system-wide, and don't want some users to have their mail filtered
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See 'whitelist_to' in e.g. [[http://spamassassin.apache.org/full/3.2.x/doc/Mail_SpamAssassin_Conf.html|SpamAssassin Configuration File]]

SpamAssassin Rule: USER_IN_WHITELIST_TO

Standard description: User is listed in 'whitelist_to'

Explanation

If the given address appears as a recipient in the message headers (Resent-To, To, Cc, obvious envelope recipient, etc.) the mail will be whitelisted. Useful if you're deploying SpamAssassin system-wide, and don't want some users to have their mail filtered

Further Info

The default scores for this rule can be found in the online list of tests. See 'whitelist_to' in e.g. SpamAssassin Configuration File


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