[CentOS] E-mail advice sought
galtsev at kicp.uchicago.edu
Sat Apr 30 19:07:10 UTC 2016
On Sat, April 30, 2016 1:28 pm, Alice Wonder wrote:
> I'm working on setting up an e-mail service.
> I've got the e-mail servers working beautifully and am presently working
> on re-writing the parts of Roundcube I don't like (e.g. it uses inline
Alice, you may be a lifesaver! Are you considering to also take a fresh
look at rouncube plugins? There is one thing I couldn't find. On my mail
servers I use amavis as a superstrcture above spamassassin and clamav. And
there is a way to have users individual spam/virus preferences in mysql
database (alas, postgresql didn't work in all my attempts). And the only
missing thing here I never found is how to give users a way to edit their
whitelist/blacklist preferences. There is long list of things I tried to
harnes... so far amacube is the closest to giving users the way to edit
preferences, and only whitelist/blacklist is missing from it.
Thanks a lot for all your efforts!!
> Is there any advice on characters to allow in usernames?
> I know there are some wacky characters that are legal in e-mail
> addresses but are generally frowned upon - like
> "very.(),:;<>\".VERY.\"very@\ \"very\".unusual"@example.com
> is apparently a legal address - but I know I don't want to allow
> ampersands and brackets etc. in an address.
> I don't think a whitelist alphabet is best approach because of people
> with names that are not spelled with Latin characters.
> Is there an existing blacklist of characters that technically legal but
> are generally avoided in e-mail addresses?
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