The 'Only for to address ..' option only accepts a list of numbers with optional wildcards or a regular expression, it does not accept a white list / black list file.
The 'Only for to address ..' option in the 'Gateway' section of each connector, does it take a file as well or only prefixes separated by ';' ?
The 'NumberWhiteList' option in the gateways only work for incoming messages, it can be used to filter out received messages that are sent from unwanted mobile phones.
To filter outgoing messages you can use the 'NumberWhiteList' option in each connector.
If you want to route messages to different gateways depending on the destination numbers you can use the 'Only for to address ..' option in the 'Gateway' section of each connector.
I've successfully applied the NumberWhiteList to the Connector: two destinations with different prefixes.
I've also defined the NumberWhiteList in the two gateways (one for each destination). The two destinations are not concurrent, but rather complementary.
When configuring both gateways with [allow] and [deny] in the NumberWhiteList, Diafaan ignores the NumberWhiteList and sends messages randomly to both gateways, doesn't mattering if the prefixes are in the [deny] section.
Do I have to add the complete list of [allow] prefixes to the 'Only To' field for each of the gateways?
Shouldn't it recognize that the gateways have allow/block lists?
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