Re: XCLIENT question
- Geert Hendrickx a écrit :
> On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 12:22:13PM +0100, mouss wrote:In this particular case, this is irrelevant (as I said, I only do the
>> Jan 29 00:38:17 imlil postmx/smtpd: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from
>> unknown[188.8.131.52]: 550 5.7.1 Client host rejected: cannot find
>> your hostname, [184.108.40.206];
>> from=<3ff.4.69709687-17084985@...> to=<mouss@...>
>> proto=ESMTP helo=<redirector-vm01-evip-aol.CherryImprovise.com>
>> => as you can see, reject_unknown_client rejects this even if it has a
> In legitimate cases, I've experienced that this response ("cannot find your
> hostname", which is the same response as if there was no PTR at all) can be
> confusing for the administrator on the client side.
check because the sender address hits a rule to catch snowshoe spam).
but I guess you are talking about a general case.
> Perhaps something likeWhatever the text you set, you'll find people that don't understand it ;-p
> "your reverse hostname doesn't match your IP" would be more informative (so
> they don't have to contact us to ask what it means) ?
you could use a URL to provide "more infos" (including a whitelisting
form), but even then, there is no guarantee that the text will be shown
as is to the user (the MUA or exchange or whatever can rewrite the text).