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Re: rejecting unknown users

On Sun, Nov 09, 2003 at 07:08:25PM -0600, Roy Bixler wrote:

> This is documented at
> "http://www.zmailer.org/zman/zadm-smtpserver.shtml".  You need to turn
> on the "enable-router" option and then set the appropriate "EHLO-style
> options" for checking "from" addresses, "to" addresses or both.  The
> default "smtpserver.conf" file contains comments which should help you
> do this.

I have smtpserver running with '-sve -l /path/to/log/file',
smtpserver.conf has 'enable-router' uncommented and following helo/ehlo
options are set:

\[*\]               999 ftveR
*                   999 ftveR

Roy, I hope this is what you were talking about?

When I telnet to zmailer from remote host it says 'Ok(verified) Ok'
for both, mail from: and rcpt to: addresses. However, it still accepts
mail for <no_such_user_here@x-si.org>.

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