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Re: SMTP relay problem
On Thu, Apr 13, 2000 at 01:35:07PM +0100, Simon Brock wrote:
> At 12:48 pm +0100 13/4/00, Matti Aarnio wrote:
> I agree completely that an address
> "firstname.lastname@example.org"@[aa.bb.cc.dd] is a fine but....
> > > I think this is a problem...
> > No.
> I don't understand why this is not a problem. The trouble is that
> the script at mail-abuse.org checks it and marks a mailer which
> accepts it as an open relay. From there, it reaches the MAPS RSS
> and mail stops getting delivered to other sites.
Like I said in preceding part, it is completely ok for the smtpserver
to accept the recipient address, and then router to reject it latter on.
> On that basis, I could register nic.funet.fi as an open relay and it
> will be marked as an open relay because it does not reject their test.
I think you just tried, and saw that it bounces.
> Now if this is not a problem, how do we get zmailer installations
> which are listed as open relays off MAPS RSS?
Manually, like always.
DO MAKE SURE YOUR SMTP RECEIVER, ROUTER AND ROUTER SCRIPTS MATCH!
Most likely the router scripts are not updated, and that is where
the trouble lies.
During this discussion you haven't mentioned which ZMailer version
you are running (or I have missed it), I see mentions re: "dequote"
at following entries:
1999-08-31 Matti Aarnio <email@example.com>
Another missed "$(dequote ...)" call. Without this,
pipe/file stores don't get "magic" 'pipe.*' and 'file.*'
local channel tags so that all other cases can safely
be run to procmail as the local delivery agent.
1999-08-30 Matti Aarnio <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thus *any* 2.99.52 should be safe in standard configuration.
(After -pre2, of course.)
/Matti Aarnio <email@example.com>