OT: Sendmail related...
alex at rtpty.com
Tue Jun 23 05:19:41 IST 2009
Found the other. Sorry for the OT chatter, but it might benefit some of you
out there with flakey connections - or flaky clients.
Thanks for your patience!
On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 9:54 PM, Alex Neuman <alex at rtpty.com> wrote:
> Talking to myself here, just found one of the two things I was talking
> There's a milter called milter-chkrcpt (found using milter.org) that does
> a "call ahead" and rejects the e-mail if there are no valid recipients. I'll
> give it a shot.
> On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 9:48 PM, Alex Neuman <alex at rtpty.com> wrote:
>> Hi list,
>> I've been googling around and haven't been able to figure out *how* to
>> look for the following two things. Feel free to reply off-list if you think
>> it's not list-worthy material.
>> 1. How do I change the "try to deliver for four days and then bounce back
>> to the sender" to, say, two days, when using sendmail?
>> 2. Can I tell sendmail *not* to accept e-mail for domains that have no MX
>> (I know, "bad") or "no MX *and* no A" (not so bad) records in DNS? How about
>> with a milter?
>> The basic premise is that I've recently detected a surge in users that
>> don't seem to care about typos or that don't believe in address books. Mail
>> gets queued up and they don't have a clue until hours (or days) later that
>> they mistyped the domain name.
>> Alex Neuman van der Hans
>> Reliant Technologies
>> +507 6781-9505
>> +507 202-1525
>> alex at rtpty.com
>> Skype: alexneuman
> Alex Neuman van der Hans
> Reliant Technologies
> +507 6781-9505
> +507 202-1525
> alex at rtpty.com
> Skype: alexneuman
Alex Neuman van der Hans
alex at rtpty.com
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