can courieresmtpd validate existence of mail addresses in the domains that
are not local (listed in hosteddomains/locals)?
We want to split SMTP servers from MX servers, and I'm curious if it
wouldn't result to accepting recipients that don't exist and are reject by
"550 user <...> unknown" messages.
We may distribute users' lists onto the SMTP servers of course, but we'd
like to keep delivery on the MX servers.
On 20.05.10 07:05, Sam Varshavchik wrote:
This is typically done by exporting the user list as aliases:
All nonexistent addresses would therefore be rejected as unauthorized
What if the users have authenticated do they have relaying privileges?
Another question is - can courieresmtpd validate existence of addresses
provided in mail from: in the same way as it validated rcpt to: ?
Can you please answer my last question - can (are) domain in rcpt to:
validated the same way as those in mail from:, when BOFHCHECKDNS is set?
So the users wouldn't send mail to nonexistent domains...
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