At 06:57 AM 04/21/96, you wrote:
> 1) Run ident daemon on all your machines.
> 2) Write a custom sendmail reciever in perl (we did it)
> 3) Use the ident check on incoming mail from on-campus
> and detect mail coming from non-authorized accounts
> (usually not root, postmaster, etc.)
> 4) Attach the ident information to the headers so that full
> details of the source comes through in the mail message.
> 4) refuse to forward mail unless the ident check comes back right.
wouldnt it be a problem that most of the mail is sent from PC's with some in
windows and some dos? Some are in labs and some are PC owned by students in
John P. Mulligan <mulligaj @
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