[Rspamd-Users] Checking FQDN instead of domain in RBLs
riccardo.alfieri at spamteq.com
Thu Aug 12 05:57:26 UTC 2021
is there a way to make Rspamd check the FQDN of a URL instead of the
What I'd like to do is make Rspamd look up for "subdomain.wordpress.com"
instead of "wordpress.com" when it finds
"https://subdomain.wordpress.com/whatever.php" in the body urls.
The url is correctly extracted because when I run a "rspamc -v test.eml"
on an email that has the aforementioned url in the body, I can see that:
But the lookup is done on "wordpress.com"
I'm currently using this configuration:
rbl = "<redacted>";
ignore_defaults = true;
urls = true;
disable_monitoring = true;
DBL_ABUSED_SPAM_FULLURLS = "127.0.1.102";
DBL_ABUSED_PHISH_FULLURLS = "127.0.1.104";
DBL_ABUSED_MALWARE_FULLURLS = "127.0.1.105";
DBL_ABUSED_BOTNET_FULLURLS = "127.0.1.106";
Maybe there is a simple switch to turn on to make what I need? I tried
looking on https://rspamd.com/doc/modules/rbl.html but without success.
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