craig at WESTPRESS.COM
Fri Jul 8 18:05:00 IST 2005
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On Jul 8, 2005, at 9:16 AM, Kevin Miller wrote:
>> 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
I too am running sendmail, and unfortunately I have no information on
how to do this. I know that it can be done, but I have yet to find a
how-to or something similar which explains how. Commenting out the
is supposed to take care of most of that. But it still seems like some
of this type of crap gets through too.
I have noticed that Postfix seems to have a lot of these kinds of
features and that it seems relatively easy to configure. I have been
pondering a switch to Postfix, though I have been using sendmail for
years and am very familiar with it, so I don't know....
Craig Daters (craig at westpress.com)
1663 West Grant Road
Tucson, Arizona 85745
(520) 624-4939 x208
(520) 624-2715 fax
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