(2nd Request) Disable scanning for a client that
eli at orbsky.homelinux.org
Mon May 25 05:52:42 IST 2009
I still think this is a very very bad idea but why not use a list of full email addresses instead of just the domain. That is FROM: user1 at domain.com FROM: user2 at domain.com etc. Do yourself a favor. If possible set up an effective MailScanner Instalation over on the server at Business B.
On Monday 25 May 2009 04:46:22 Gary Faith wrote:
> Business A - ISP located in a co-lo with fast internet and static IP's. It does web hosting, dial-up internet and mail scanning.
> Business B & My Personal Internet - Used to be a T1 with static IPs but is now a third party sucky Dynamic DSL. Now that it is dynamic DSL, I need to relay this mail through the mail scanner at Business A without the other people I have designated as MailWatch Admins in Business A, having the ability see this e-mail at all. I have an account in the mail scanner setup so I can do SMTP AUTH with TLS. That works great but ALL incoming mail is scanned unless I add FROM: domain.com no to the scan.messages.rules. When I do that I get spam from outside sources because it isn't being scanned.
> I need a sendmail or mailscanner option so that I can bypass scanning for the e-mail from this source only!
> >>> Eli Wapniarski <eli at orbsky.homelinux.org> 5/24/2009 1:06 AM >>>
> Now I don't understand at all. Your business is a hosting service? Providing ip addresses to subscribers? Is your secondary mailserver acquiring its ip from an internal dhcp server. If so can you not make a reservation? If your dynamic ip internet connection is aquired from an external source, does that account not have it own mail box (pop / imap) which a client can access with authentication?
> On Sunday 24 May 2009 04:13:41 Gary Faith wrote:
> > My business that has the mail scanner is my ISP and all my personal outbound mail will be going through that mail scanner. Discussing whether I can relay through someone or another is pointless. What I need is a way to not scan e-mail when it comes from a trusted source. Do you know how I can do this?
> > >>> Eli Wapniarski <eli at orbsky.homelinux.org> 5/23/2009 12:57 AM >>>
> > On Saturday 23 May 2009 03:47:50 Gary Faith wrote:
> > > Due to circumstances, I had to move the server to dynamic DSL (YUCK!) and now I need to relay the mail through the mail scanner because outbound mail would be blocked by RBL's and I have no option to add another mail scanner server at this time. There are other people that I need to have admin access to mailwatch & mailscanner giving them the ability to add users, change configuration, read & release messages, etc. I do not want others to be able to read my other business & personal e-mails, etc. So you see that is why I don't want all mail scanned.
> > You wouldn't need to worry about outbound mail if you configured sendmail to relay your outbound mail through your isp. This of course is assuming that your isp's standing is good.
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