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[NOTABUG / FIXED - 6.6.0] Banned domains must start with @ or risk unintentional bans #111282 06/04/2003 9:54 AM
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I tried to reply to the following post but it's closed:
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I just wanted to say that I too have been burned by this. Domains were being banned that weren't on my ban list. If I ban starmail.com then starsys.com is also banned even though it's not on the list. Placing @ before each domain fixed this even though the current documentation says nothing about using the @ symbol. In fact the specific example given does NOT use the @ symbol. The documentation should be clarified and/or the scheme for comparing the registered email with the ban list should be corrected to compare the entire domain, not just pieces of it.

[This message was edited by Charles Capps on June 06, 2003 at 01:01 PM.]

Re: [NOTABUG / FIXED - 6.6.0] Banned domains must start with @ or risk unintentional bans #111283 06/06/2003 4:02 PM
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The description of the ban field in 6.6.0 has been updated to reflect reality.

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