'wl' is a whitelist/blacklist program for email. It reads an email, tests its headers against user-specified criteria, then writes the email back out with a new header added to specify if the email has been classified whitelisted or blacklisted. You can then configure your mail reader (or maildrop/procmail) based upon these headers. It is fast, simple, and makes low demands on the CPU.
released on 8 June 2004
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