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Re: smtp-auth and resolvable source domain
On Fri, Jul 01, 2005 at 11:31:22AM -0300, zmailer wrote:
> We have an smtpserver configured with smtp-auth. The problem is that when a
> client authenticates himself, the conection is accepted even is if he sends
> a not existing domain in the 'mail from' field.
> Is there a way to reject these connections, like it's done when no auth is
I get this verification of sender's domain to happen with
"senderokwithdns -" pair in the _default_dot ruleset.
(Or, if older setup, at the "." -rule.)
Related: user IP address must not have "fulltrustnet +" pair,
or the pt_mailfrom() testing short-circuits most of its rules.
The necessary code has existed for at least a year, possibly 3-4 years.
/Matti Aarnio <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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