Blocking emails that claim to come from our

Glenn Steen glenn.steen at GMAIL.COM
Wed Dec 7 22:29:04 GMT 2005

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On 07/12/05, Jameel Akari <jakari at> wrote:
> > On 07/12/05, Kai Schaetzl <maillists at> wrote:
> >> Jameel Akari wrote on         Wed, 7 Dec 2005 13:46:21 -0500:
> >>
> >> > Does anyone know if there's a sendmail equivalent to this?
> >>
> >> To exactly what? (I did't follow the to and fro of postfix config in
> > Yeah, as Kai implies, you probably need be more specific Jameel. I
> The ability to block inbound mail pretending to be From:*
> that doesn't actually come from one of my own servers.
> I'm sure there's something obvious I'm missing, but it's been one of those
> days...
> --
> Jameel Akari

I might be completely wrong, but .... Wasn't this very type of feature
covered some weeks back? I have a distinct feeling I've seen some hack about this (why not search the list archives:-). You
looked at the sendmail site, I presume? Unfortunately, it's been years
since I termed myself anything of a guru on sendmail:-)... So can't
really help you.

-- Glenn
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