On Thu, 11 Sep 1997, Professional Software Engineering wrote:
At 03:29 PM 9/11/97 PDT, Derald Muniz wrote:
This is what I have. NT 4.0 system with Post.Office 2.0 on it. This
Why not dig up the sendmail anti-relay code? Essentially, if the message
isn't destined for (or originating from) your system, people can't send
mail through your SMTP. If authorized users are within a certain netmask
(say, on the local LAN), then you could probaly filter on TCPWrappers too.
If he's already paid for the "privilege" of using post.office, then I
don't think sendmail is really an option.
Post.office is a nice piece of software, I hear, but the price gets
ridiculous when the number of mailboxes gets large. In addition, I did
some investigation and found that, while post.office does have inherent
anti-spam abilities, it does NOT have an AUP prohibiting spamming with
the software. For this reason, I will not use and will not recommend
Sorry for off-topic post.
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