On 2008-05-20 07:49:59 -0700, ned+ietf-smtp(_at_)mrochek(_dot_)com wrote:
P.S. One way to finesse this would be to have the submission server echo the
changed address in response to a MAIL FROM. That way a client could get its
address "signed" by starting a transaction, getting the MAIL FROM response,
issuing a RSET. It's a way to do it with essentially no protocol additions or
Incidentally, that's what my batv plugin for qpsmtpd does (not by design
- it's just a side effect of how the address rewriting works):
hrunkner:~ 22:13 165% telnet hrunkner.hjp.at 25
Connected to hrunkner.hjp.at.
Escape character is '^]'.
220 hrunkner ESMTP qpsmtpd 0.32 ready; send us your mail, but not your spam.
250-hrunkner Hi hrunkner.hjp.at [220.127.116.11]
250 <prvs=0028e2eca9=hjp(_at_)bounces(_dot_)hjp(_dot_)at>, sender OK - how
exciting to get mail from you!
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|_|_) | Sysadmin WSR | and it takes a genius to maintain it.
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