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Old 12-15-2003, 09:42 AM   #1
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sendmail, dnsbl and access

I have a problem. I am using the dnsbl feature in sendmail (8.12.10). I have a contact that cannot email us and it is because of the fact that their isp (earthlink) has IPs that are blacklisted. I need a way to bypass the rbl check to let in specific users.

I have added
to the file and I put OK
in the access file. I also tried to put RELAY

Both to no avail..... I know this isn't exactly a noob question but I desperately need answers. Anybody?


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