qmail-aliasfilter

qmail-aliasfilter filters incoming mail based on valid sender domains encoded into the receiving email address.

npm install qmail-aliasfilter
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qmail-aliasfilter filters incoming mail based on valid sender domains encoded into the receiving email address.

Examples

  • mymail-example.com@example.com only accepts mail with example.com as sender
  • mymail-.example.com@example.com only accepts mail with *.example.com as sender
  • mymail-example.com+example.net@example.com only accepts mail with example.com or example.net as sender

Configuration

module.exports = {
    mymail: /^mymail-(.*)@/,           // regex to detect your own email address
                                       // must contain a capturing group for the domainlist
    validIfNotFound: false,            // if true the mail will be accepted in your email address
                                       // is not in the list of visible recipients
    ccValid: true,                     // if false the email will be rejected if you are only on cc
    multipleFromHandling: "drop",      // "drop" will reject the mail if there are multiple senders
                                       // "validateAll" will validate every single sender
                                       // "validateOne" will accept the email if at least one sender
                                       // is valid
    multipleToHandling: "validateOne", // "validateOne" will accept the email if at least one
                                       // recipient (To and CC) is valid
                                       // "validateAll" will validate every single recipient
    logFile: __dirname + '/actions.log'// path to the log file
};

You may pass the path to the configuration file via the first command line argument:

|/path/to/qmail-aliasfilter /path/to/configuration

If the argument is omitted an existing config.{js, coffee} inside the same folder as the index.coffee is used.

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