On Tuesday, August 01, 2006 at 11:58 CEST,
"Jay L. T. Cornwall" <jay@...
> I'm currently tweaking my Postfix setup to make it more resilient in
> today's spam filled world. My primary concern is the number of bounces
> being sent out as spammers try to send to non-existent users and
> I've addressed the former with (relay|local)_recipients which now
> correctly rejects email to invalid users. I wonder if the same can be
> applied to domains because I get a lot of email to 'mail.esuna.co.uk'
> but only accept to 'esuna.co.uk'. That currently bounces to a
> (potentially forged) address.
Post logs and "postconf -n" output.