Kevin_Miller at CI.JUNEAU.AK.US
Fri Jul 8 17:16:00 IST 2005
Craig Daters wrote:
> No, using "To:" in the whitelist rules would mean that any incoming
> mail addressed to that particular user would be allowed through.
That's how I've always intrepreted it, and, of course, I don't want to do a
blanket whitelist for a user. Well, sometimes I'm *tempted* to open the
floodgates for select 'special' users but so far I've refrained. :-)
> It sounds like what you need to do is configure your MTA to refuse
> mail where the domain in the "From:" envelope is coming from MX's
> that are not listed in DNS for that domain.
Running sendmail - any pointers on how to do that, and more importantly, any
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