Re: Better to do 550 instead of 450 for these?
>To me, the world is not "me vs. them" -- the goal is getting mailIt's not 1995, or 2000.
>through, not scolding about other people's configurations.
If mail admins won't/can't setup to look like part of the solution by
now, then they pay whatever it costs to be part of the problem.
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- Len Conrad wrote:
> It's not 1995, or 2000.It doesn't matter if it's 1995, 2000, 2005, or 2037 -- when stopping
mail becomes more important than delivering mail, there's no point in
there being mail.
- On Sun, Jan 01, 2006 at 11:03:39PM -0800, Roger B.A. Klorese wrote:
> Len Conrad wrote:This is getting seriously off-topic. Setting the DNS-based reject codes
> >It's not 1995, or 2000.
> It doesn't matter if it's 1995, 2000, 2005, or 2037 -- when stopping
> mail becomes more important than delivering mail, there's no point in
> there being mail.
to 5XX is recommended as soon as one is confortable that the settings
are correct. Persistent 4XX rejects that *don't* represent temporary
conditions are worse for the sender.
So either use "reject_unknown_sender_domain", ... with 5XX codes after
brief testing with 4XX codes (or soft_bounce=yes), or don't use them
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