stricter postfix settings
paul at darkrain42.org
Sun Jun 13 15:52:49 EDT 2010
At John's suggestion, I'm bringing this up here.
It would be nice if the pidgin.im mail servers were a bit more
restrictive in what mail they accept. In particular, my
(darkrain42.org) mail server is routinely rejecting a message or two
coming from bogus domains:
postfix/smtpd: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from rock.pidgin.im[220.127.116.11]:
450 4.1.8 <apache at localhost.localdomain>: Sender address rejected:
Domain not found; from=<apache at localhost.localdomain>
to=<paul at darkrain42.org> proto=ESMTP helo=<rock.pidgin.im>
This is the reject_unknown_sender_domain smtpd_sender_restrictions
which I think pidgin.im should add :).
There might be other things that could be added (greylisting or pinging
an RBL come to mind), but I don't feel as strongly about those.
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