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Re: 2.99.50(snap4) now at ftp.funet.fi (was: Re: Spam help.)
> On Mon, 25 May 1998 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > ....
> > > Got the doc's and read through the approprate sections. The documents
> > > describe the HELO portion of the smtpserver config file as containing 2
> > > fields.
> > No, you can't achieve reliable anti-relay facilities without
> > deploying full smtp-policy configuration.
> I am actually running the full smtp-policy configuration. I only accept
> mail from valid internal hosts for relaying out and only accept outside
> mail for systems that we are the MX for.
> Some ^%$#^%@^&^%$&(*(_& is using our system to deliver spam. From what I
> see the problem is that he is saying that he is a system on our network
> and since we accept mail from systems on our subnet I end up delivering
> the mail for him.
Ah, I should have figured this one out..
Yes, of course you used definitions which were default up until
last week when I added "_localnames" tag.
Giving "_full_rights" to DOMAIN in MAIL FROM leads just to this
behaviour, just like I had written in some comments about the
policy stuff at:
Alter the boiler-plate by copying current _full_rights
to name _localnames, and remove "relaycustomer +" from
the new copy.
Then modify policy-builder.sh program to use "_localnames"
when constructing entries from the ``localnames'' file.
Alternatively pick zmailer-2.99.50-snap4, where these are
already in place in the smtp-policy.src and policy-builder.sh
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