On 1/22/07, Dan Oetting <dan_oetting(_at_)qwest(_dot_)net> wrote:
That works if you don't mind taking the long route. I was thinking of
a more direct path of sending a specific response code in the SMTP
transaction. A really smart smarthost might be able to then fix the
problem before the site gets blacklisted.
-- Dan Oetting
I for one caught that drift. It wouldn't need to be its own ESMTP keyword,
just some specific text following the 550 rejected on policy grounds. Perhaps
the word "spam."
So, a conformant sending domain, on seeing a /^550 .+spam/i response, would
do what exactly? Log the fact? Page a sysadmin?
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