roger at RUDNICK.COM.BR
Fri Feb 18 13:52:33 GMT 2005
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Some accounts in my server are used outside the company, via notebooks.
Because of some reason, all the messages send by these users outside the
company are marked as spam.
The solution I used for that is to put these e-mail accounts in a spam
whitelist. But now, there are a lot of e-mails that forge e-mails, and I
receive lots of e-mails of possible "failed virus" with there e-mails as
senders, and these messages pass the server (becouse they are in a
I use sendmail autentication... Is there some way I could mark my e-mails
as being "no spam" because they are authenticated?
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