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Re: relay and MAIL FROM:<anything@nonexistent_domain>
On 14-07-2003 at 02:42:14PM +0300, Andrey Blochintsev wrote:
> On Mon, 14 Jul 2003, Bartek Krajnik wrote:
> > I.e. in my smtp-policy.relay is:
> > [188.8.131.52]/32
> > In smtp-policy.src:
> > . relaycustomer - relaytarget -
> > [0.0.0.0]/0 relaycustomer - relaytarget -
> > _full_rights rejectnet - relaycustnet + relaytarget + =
> > _rbl1
> > And now if user from 184.108.40.206 writes:
> > MAIL FROM:<aaaa@nodomain>
> > -- policy result=-2, msg: <NONE!>
> > 553 5.4.3 For MAIL FROM address <aaaa@nodomain> the policy analysis
> > reports DNS error with your source domain.
> > How don't check MAIL FROM ?
> [220.127.116.11]/32 fulltrustnet +
#| In case you want to allow unverified input relaying from some
#| source, add "fulltrustnet +" attribute pair like here. Then
#| the addresses (source and destination) are accepted as is without
#| any sort of checking at the smtpserver. Possible errors in the
#| addresses are flagged at latter stages (output, very likely):
#| [18.104.22.168]/32 fulltrustnet +
But now destination is without checking!
I need check destination, only MAIL FROM should be unchecked.
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