Yet another "disable outgoing scan" question
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Mon Feb 22 16:22:31 GMT 2010
You can now use "host:my.domain.name.here.com" and other such fun things
in your ruleset lines, so you don't have to specify raw numeric IP
addresses any more. Take a look at the docs in
/etc/MailScanner/rules/README some time :-)
On 17/02/2010 15:25, Michael Masse wrote:
> Assuming your Mailscanner is outside of your internal smart host, just use the ip(s) of the smart host instead of the domain name. This won't stop spam from coming within your organization, but you should have other tools available to watch for that.
>>>> On 2/16/2010 at 2:41 PM, in message
> <2c6cf52a1002161241o445cbf14we8bb4df71477a626 at mail.gmail.com>, Mauricio Tavares
> <raubvogel at gmail.com> wrote:
>> As the subject states, I would like to disable outgoing scan.
>> Now, from what I saw in mailscanner.conf and was explained in the irc
>> channel, I should set Scan Messages = my ruleset file and then have
>> something like
>> From: my.domain.com no
>> FromOrTo: default yes
>> in the file. Question I have is would the first line cause emails
>> pretending to be coming from my domain not to be scanned? If so, how
>> would I make sure only the emails that truly originate from my domain
>> not be scanned?
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