The first thought that comes to mind is that all of the approaches whack
the state-table pretty good. Whether you are talking about temporary
deferral, post-transfer recipent exchanges, or anything else, the current
state-table management model is shot to heck.
On 3/28/2004 2:38 PM, Vaudreuil, Greg M (Greg) wrote:
The advantage of a single sucessful recipient first ensures that the
transmission is done for at least one likely recipient.
How crucial is that? It would seem to be easiest to just do:
C: EHLO foo
S: 250 DEFERRED-RCPT
C: MAIL FROM:<malware> DEFERRED-RCPT
S: 350 send recipients
C: RCPT TO:<hardass>
C: RCPT TO:<sucker>
Enhanced codes would also be useful but that's not important atm.
Eric A. Hall http://www.ehsco.com/
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