Re: Which Spam Block List to use for a network?
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- Subject: Re: Which Spam Block List to use for a network?
- From: Blu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 2 Jul 2004 07:15:52 -0400
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On Wed, Jun 30, 2004 at 08:53:40AM +0200, Matej Kovac wrote:
> > :) Well, my approach is not that fancy. I just check if the callback
> > passes the RCPT, and if not, issue a 550 with a short message telling
> > that my host will not accept mail that cannot be answered.
> you are receiving a message and you start callback to the mx if he passes
> the rcpt test, but - the mx starts callback to you if you pass...
Actually that's not the case. The callback is done with MAIL FROM:<>