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Re: spamcop blacklisting servers for misdirected DSN messages
Matti Aarnio wrote:
> Set following in smtpserver.conf file:
> PARAM force-rcpt-notify-never
> See the man-page for details :-)
> Originally that behaviour was a result of some error in
> scheduler code, I think, but then when a collegue of mine
> realized such is happening, and we corrected it, we also
> introduced this intentional switch.
From man page:
Whatever the incoming DNS NOTIFY= value is, we force it always
to be NOTIFY=NEVER. This is for those who won't like to let
others even to find out that the message made into the system,
but still want to support incoming DSN. (That is, not to disable
So if I set this, will postmaster still get local notifications
of delivery failure? I don't suppose there is a way to have
local (private subnet) connections be exempt from this? In this
way internal/locally misaddressed mail would still get the
And, of course, is this the only solution for right now? I.E.
is there no way to hack the rejection at SMTP conversation time?
Daryle A. Tilroe
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