homepcit

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I realise that there are ways to create a whitelist that will bypass the sender verify check against however this requires that you know who you want whitelisted.

I have a customer that doesn't want to verify senders at all. I am happy to find a way to disable this for them and only them, but not for the whole server.

Does anyone know of a way to bypass the sender verify process if an incoming email is addressed to domainx.com?

Thanks in advance for an assistance.


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homepcit

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This thread should help - good summary on post #21.

http://forums.cpanel.net/showthread.php?p=215386#post215386
Thanks sawbuck. I had gone through that thread and it's close but not quite what I'm after, unless of course I've misread it. It caters for whitelisting the known sender email address/domain which is not quite what I'm after.

I'm after a whitelist that first checks for the receiving email address/domain and if that address/domain is whitelisted then not perform a sender verify check. Basically my customer is dealing with countries that seem to have many ISP's that fail sender verify and the sender's email address/domain is unknown at the time to my customer.


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