Jonathan Matthews <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > I'm fine with (a) - I think that still holds - but is (b) incorrect when > dealing with listmail? I don't believe so. I do it. > Since the mail has already been received and accepted by murphy, am > I just pushing the sending of spoofed bounce messages one stage back > up the email processing ladder? Is it an unfriendly thing to do to > murphy - should I be whitelisting it instead? All it's doing is giving a different SMTP response code telling murphy that you're not accepting the message. -- Paul Johnson <email@example.com> Linux. You can find a worse OS, but it costs more.
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