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.IX Title "RAZOR-WHITELIST 1"
.TH RAZOR-WHITELIST 1 "2002-02-23" "perl v5.6.1" "User Contributed Perl Documentation"
.UC
.SH "NAME"
razor-whitelist \- Format for Vipul's Razor Whitelist
.SH "DESCRIPTION"
.IX Header "DESCRIPTION"
The razor whitelist is a list of email addresses and body signatures.
Emails that match the whitelist are not checked against the Razor
Catalogue and marked as \*(L"non\-spam\*(R" by \fIrazor\-check\fR\|(3). \fIrazor\-report\fR\|(3) doesn't
report these emails to the Razor Calatogue.
.SH "LOCATION"
.IX Header "LOCATION"
The razor whitelist is usually located in \f(CW$HOME\fR/.razor\-whitelist. The
whitelist parameter in razor.conf should point to this file. If the
whitelist parameter in razor.conf is missing, whitelist is not used.
.SH "FORMAT"
.IX Header "FORMAT"
Each whitelist rule is placed on a line of its own. Lines that begin in a
`#' character are considered to be comments and are ignored by the parser.
A rule contains the name of a header and the string to match against the
header, separated by whitespace. Here are some examples:
.PP
.Vb 2
\& to bugtraq@securityfocus.com
\& cc a.list@somewhere.net
.Ve
These rules imply that when a mail contains \f(CW\*(C`bugtraq@securityfocus.com\*(C'\fR
in its `to' and `cc' headers, it should be whitelisted. It's worth
noting that address strings can contain perl regexes. eg:
.PP
.Vb 1
\& from .*@mydomain.com
.Ve
A special rule called `sha1' can be used for whitelisting signatures. For example: 
.PP
.Vb 1
\& sha1 75f8bcc2357366bbfa9c6ab0b6e5648ed0cf7083
.Ve
whitelists a message with the body of `test'.
.SH "FUTURE"
.IX Header "FUTURE"
Whitelisting support in Razor is a temporary measure to combat false
positives. In past legit bulk mail (mailing list mail) has been
maliciously or erroneously reported to the Razor Catalogue. The Razor
Whitelist can be used to bypass Razor for mailing list posts. In future,
Razor will feature a trust system to select reports that represent spam
thereby eliminating the need for whitelists.
.SH "AUTHOR"
.IX Header "AUTHOR"
Vipul Ved Prakash, <mail@vipul.net>