Re: Local delivery rejected
- On Fri, 04 Jun 2010, Paul McGougan wrote:
> On 4/06/2010 1:08 PM, Sahil Tandon wrote:They are trying to prevent spammers from spoofing customer MAIL FROM:
> > That's unfortunate. Now that we have established the issue, it seems to
> > me this is no longer the appropriate forum to continue this thread.
> > Perhaps you can convince the host to exempt you from the mismatch
> > check(s). Good luck.
> I understand that moving to a new provider is a good long-term solution,
> but in the short-term, I'd like to be just able to tell them how to
> reconfigure their setup so that this doesn't happen.
> Surely there is a way to tell postfix to allow local deliveries
> regardless of who the sender is, and whether or not they are logged in?
> I would think this would be what people would normally want...?
addresses while delivering mail to other clients. This is a good thing.
If you want to circumvent this check, either authenticate or -- if you
cannot, for the reasons you previously cited -- ask them to exempt you
from those particular checks. This really is no longer a Postfix issue,
but rather a matter of policy between you and your provider.
Sahil Tandon <sahil@...>