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Re: SPF - exim4 + debian.org

If you use an external spfd using a socket interface
somewhere like /var/run/spfd and put that optionally
into the /etc/init.d/exim4 startup script, there is
no need to recompile. Just put this in rcpt acl:

deny  !acl = spf_rcpt_acl
      log_message = Something to put in logs


warn set acl_m8 = $sender_address
warn !acl = spf_check
     message = Received-SPF: $acl_m8 ($acl_m7)

I mean, you can just want and add a header to the
mail so that the user agent will handle these mails
better. No need to deny them out flat.


On Sat 24-07-04 12:01:45, Andreas Metzler wrote:
> On 2004-07-24 Jiri Klouda <jk@zg.cz> wrote:
> [...]
> > Also, it would be nice if exim4 had an option in the
> > configuration to include spf checks.
> [...]
> It has, consult the exiscan documentation. It is not enabled in binary
> packages we ship (rationale in <http://bugs.debian.org/258210>) but
> you can easily rebuild a exim4-daemon-custom with spf-support.
>                 cu andreas
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