Read IP Address From Received Header
ssilva at sgvwater.com
Mon Dec 14 16:59:58 GMT 2009
on 12-10-2009 9:26 PM Frank Cusack spake the following:
> On December 1, 2009 9:32:58 AM -0800 Frank Cusack <fcusack at fcusack.com>
>> So now that I understand that bit, here's a problem combining that
>> and "bounce". The bounce action for spam says you need to whitelist
>> 127.0.0.1 ... make sense. But since I have "Read IP Address From
>> Received Header" set to 2, and for bounces there will not even be
>> 2 received headers, will that whitelist even work?
> I'm still not satisfied with the answer on bouncing, but it seems
> that bounce is not a viable option anyway, if your mailscanner host
> is not the MX host, due to the impossibility of whitelisting yourself
> in that case. UNLESS ... unless I can set "Read IP Address From
> Received Header" to 0, disabling any host-specific whitelists other
> than localhost but at least allowing "bounce" to work. Yes?
Bounce is NEVER a good idea... Almost all spam is forged in some way, and you
will olny cause yourself problems
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