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Old 03-09-2007, 10:56 AM   #1
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Question Exim :blackhole: help needed

I have tried to read through the procedure for using :blackhole: or even :fail: for specific sender email address. From what I read the exim filter rules only allow for filtering all emails from a specific domain and does not allow for filtering of specific sent from addresses.

Maybe I misunderstood what I read.

Could someone provide some guidance in doing this?

I would also like to set up a filter to stop the delivery of email not in the personal address book of Thunderbird, since the Junk Filter Controls are not very effective.


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