email@example.com (Brian J. Murrell) writes:
>There is one thing that I've been meaning to look into though. Sendmail -
>the most used MTA on the Internet blindly accepts mail from anybody for
>anybody. I want to put an end to this. I've been meaning to look into how
>much work it would be to make Sendmail refuse to accept a peice of mail not
>destined for a user of any of the domains it is serving. (i.e. the
>contents of the "w" macro).
Can't do this without changing the standard first -- this is a defined
feature of SMTP-based mail systems. Probably hopeless.
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