Deleting high score messages

Kevin Spicer kevins at BMRB.CO.UK
Tue Apr 15 19:43:20 IST 2003

On Tue, 2003-04-15 at 19:32, Joe Quinn wrote:

> If you just want to delete all mail to that address why don't you just
> add them to sendmail's access db as a REJECT (or whatever the
> on exim is)?
It's only that username on that domain I want to reject, I need the
domain to receive everything

You can certainly do that with sendmail, I've been setting something
similar up myself over the last couple of days and did a bit of
testing.  Even if the message is addressed to the user you are blocking
and ANother at ANother still gets the message.

Heres the structure of my access db

# Default allow localhost
localhost.localdomain                RELAY
# My domains                         RELAY                    RELAY
# Stop 'Out Of Office' replies to some machines that send out alerts              DISCARD         DISCARD
# Reject these users who have left
# but seem to be on every spam list on the planet
To:some.luser at         REJECT
To:another.luser at   REJECT


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