Accept only one TLD.... but

Discussion in 'General' started by LTBL SRL, Mar 9, 2016.


    LTBL SRL New Member

    Hi all,
    can i accept only one tld for default and with whitelist include some other domain (not tld)?
    Sorry for english....
    Thanks to all.

  2. ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    check this post
    You probably need to add a whitelist entry to actually allow your specific tld/domain
    And add something like the following to your blacklist


    I didn't test it / don't know if this actually would work so be careful, maybe someone else can confirm what I wrote or make better suggestion :)

    LTBL SRL New Member

    In the afternoon i'll try it.
    Thanks for answer.

    LTBL SRL New Member
    I must insert the regex into header check?
    In this option there are not whitelist and/or blacklists..
  5. ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    Yes, Header filter it is.
    And you need to select "DUNNO" for the whitelisting entry.
    Make sure your whitelisting regex is added before the REJECT / blacklist entries.

    LTBL SRL New Member

    So.. i do this operation in sequence....
    In ISP config under Mail content Filter --> Header filer i add (in squence):
    1)/<.+?@.+?\.tld>/ Accept my TLD; Action DUNNO
    2)/<.+?@domain\.tld>/ Accept some other domains Action DUNNO
    3)/<.+?@domain\.tld>/ Accept some other domains Action DUNNO
    4)/<.+?@.+?>/ Reject everithing else...... Action REJECT

    It's correct?
    Last edited: Mar 9, 2016
  7. sjau

    sjau Local Meanie Moderator

    DUNNO won't help:
    I tend you should rather look at the Whitelist / Blacklist options. Those work with domains.
    But not sure how to deny everything basically. Probably need to whitelist your domain and then make a content header check that refuses everything else.
  8. ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    I actually read the same thing you quoted, sjau but it should work, after receiving OK/DUNNO postfix will go to the next input line does not mean it goes down the current file.

    For example this will work, foo's mail is going trough.
    /^.*[email protected]$/ OK
    /^.*$/ REJECT
    Yeah I used OK, cause it's shorter =)

    @LTBL SRL I haven't check the syntax to be honest, but if someone knows better, please correct me if I'm wrong :)
    Last edited: Mar 14, 2016
  9. sjau

    sjau Local Meanie Moderator

    right.... next line in the config, not in the file :) good catch
  10. ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    Yeah the description is a bit misleading, felt on that the first time, too :)

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