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RE: SMTP AUTH and sender identification

El 19 Nov 2002 a las 14:34, Luke Galea escribió:

> The problem is that you can identify yourself as "me" ...  ie.. the smtp
> auth username isn't usually a full email address or even necessarily
> related. You would probably need another field in your database... 
Right, but that's not the point... right now I'm identifying users as 
me@example.com, but anyway, if I HAD the fields
what I want to know is if I can restrict the FROM based on the SMTP AUTH (or 
whoson) info...

> Luke Galea 
> Software Development
> BlueCat Networks
> 905-762-5225
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mariano Absatz [mailto:zmailer@lists.com.ar] 
> Sent: November 19, 2002 2:17 PM
> To: ZMailer list
> Subject: SMTP AUTH and sender identification
> Hi,
> I don't know exactly how ZMailer's SMTP AUTHentication works, but if I
> understand it right, if I authenticate correctly, smptserver allows me to
> relay and notes my username in the corresponding Received: header...
> similarly to what whoson does. 
> What I need to do is to force the FROM (at least the envelope from) based
> on the authentication (be it via SMTP AUTH, or even with whoson). 
> That is, if I authenticate as me@example.com, it allows me to relay BUT
> MAIL FROM:<me@example.com>
> Is there a way to do that?
> TIA.

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