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Re: ZMailer relaying problem
On Tue, Oct 16, 2001 at 03:26:35PM -0400, Grace He wrote:
> I was surprised to find out our mail servers are listed as open relay
> by ordb.org and orbz.org.
> Upon close examining the smtpserver log, I came across the following:
> == Begin ===
> 17595LASKr MAIL FROM:<firstname.lastname@example.org>
> 17595LASKw 250 2.1.0 Sender syntax Ok
> 17595LASKr RCPT TO:<"email@example.com"@[188.8.131.52]>
> 17595LASKw 250 2.1.5 Recipient address syntax Ok
That should be quite ok, and harmless, however
something inside is then failing...
What happens when you do following test ?
$ $MAILBIN/router -i
z$ router '"firstname.lastname@example.org"@[184.108.40.206]'
Do note the quoting!
The result _should_ be:
(((local .... .... ....)))
... and thus the message would be attempted to be delivered to
local recipient address "email@example.com" -- which local user
does not exist, and it will thus bounce to its original MAIL FROM
I have a feeling that your router scripts are not in par with
the router program itself.
> 17595LASKr DATA
> 17595LASKw 354 Start mail input; end with <CRLF>.<CRLF>
> 17595LASKw 250 2.6.0 S27257AbRJPSPg message accepted
> 17595LASK# S27257AbRJPSPg: 1113 bytes
> 17595LASKr QUIT
> 17595LASKw 221 2.0.0 jupiter.scs.ryerson.ca Out
> == End ===
> How can I stop
> RCPT TO:<"firstname.lastname@example.org"@[220.127.116.11]>
> from passing through our mail server?
> One mail server is running zmailer 2.99.52 on Enterprise 450 with
> Solaris 7, and the other zmiler 2.99.55 on sparc 1000 with Solaris 7.
> Grace He
> Ryerson University - School of Computer Science
/Matti Aarnio <email@example.com>
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