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    "Reverse" Reverse Access.db


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    I have been looking for a way to run a 'reverse' access.db

    Instead of filling access.db with spammers I would like to do the opposite

    I want to DENY all email expect those in a list file.

    I don't want to 'firewall' anything (no IP chains etc..).

    Preferably some kind of rule set or change that would reject all email except those addresses in a file
    eg:
    friend@hisdomain.com
    myisp@thierdomain.com

    Is this possible without rewriting the entire cf file?
    Is there a "deny-all except these" aspect to the access file?

    Thanks alot.

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    I guess no one has any idea.. oh well

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