Re: *Suspect* reject mail for user <at> example.com?
Tomasz Chmielewski <mangoo <at> wpkg.org>
2009-04-01 09:16:58 GMT
W B Hacker schrieb:
> "Far-end destination addressee"?
> or combinations of
> selected remote <==> selected local/virtual
> ...is also possible, but needs DB or list matching, which may be
> asymmetrically mapped (one:one, one:many, many:one, many:many).
> - and/or combined with other conditionals, such as 'Subject:', type of
> attachment, time-of-day, .... MUA or OS used to compose the message ....
> No limits, really. I've got a rule somewhere that rejects anything
> coming off a Winbox...
> Which do you seek?
I have an Exim box which forwards certain addresses to another server, i.e.:
- Exim accepts user <at> example.com
- delivers it to server_2 for user_changed <at> somedomain.tld
Now, server_2 rejects this mail for some reason (user does not exist,
spam etc.). This means Exim will send a non-delivery report to the
original sender. A bit too late, isn't it?
This causes lots of trouble:
- non-delivery reports get to false users (in case of rejected spam/viruses)