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uptimjeff

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I have a few thousand addresses I'd like to feed into Spam custom rules (to whitelist them).

I see the entries in mailserver.cfg, but when I added them in the same format (with a unique GUID), then start kerio, the config file reverts.
Of course I realize that editing the cfg file directly is not recommended... I was not surprised it didn't work.

Anyone know the proper way to do this?

Thanks
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David Tempelman

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I also was looking for an alternative way then the webinterface to add trusted domains to the custom rules.

I hoped there was some kind of import tool?

Not a fan of editing cfg files manually.
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uptimjeff

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This would be VERY useful if anyone knows how to do this...
I have several hundred entries for clients.

I wonder if the API allows it.

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