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Dec 1, 2022
Good afternoon! After we started specifying domains in the blacklist through regular expressions

Oct 11 11:37:08 mx3.domain.com pmg-smtp-filter[312196]: WARNING: ^* matches null string many times in regex; marked by <-- HERE in m/^* <-- HERE .cle.co$/ at /usr/share/perl5/PMG/RuleDB/WhoRegex.pm line 103.

For example, we want to block a domain and all its subdomains for example.com

We have specified a regular expression *.example.com

Apparently, that's why there are such errors in the logs. Please tell me, in our case, how to specify correctly?




Or something else? What's the right thing to do?
Aah, I see now, thanks.
Another question:
Is it possible somehow to automatically change all domains in the blacklist to regular expressions?


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