Bouncing Specific Addresses With Mailer Table Setup
Cameron B. Prince
cplists at princeservices.com
Thu Oct 5 16:25:18 IST 2006
I believe this is exactly what we need. Thanks for the advice.
> I have the setup (sendmail/MailScanner/SpamAssassin/ClamAV/Mailwatch
> mail hub in front of a CommunigatePro mail server). I use SMF-SAV
> milter to do the user verification. It uses the mailer table and then
> asks Communicate if that user exists before accepting the email and if
> that users doesn't exist, it rejects with a "550 5.1.1 Sorry, no
> mailbox here with that name" error. It works really well. It can also
> do Sender Address Verification where it looks up the mx record for the
> sending email address domain and then goes and asks that mail server
> if the sending username really exists, if not it rejects the email.
> Either of those functions can be disabled and there is the ability to
> enter Whitelists.
> Hope this helps.
> On Wed, 4 Oct 2006 14:30:56 -0500
> "Cameron B. Prince" <cplists at princeservices.com> wrote:
> >Hey guys,
> >I have a client who is using MailScanner as a front-end for
> >CommuniGate via
> >mailertable. We have old, long since removed addresses that are
> >being spammed. We would like to maintain a list of those bad
> >addresses on
> >the MailScanner side that would cause them to be bounced before even
> >processed by MailScanner. Could anyway tell me if this is possible?
> >Basically I would like to mimic the behavior of the "error:nouser
> >Unknown" entry in the virtusertable of a normal configuration.
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