Matt Garretson wrote:
> afo cliff wrote:
>> Thanks for the info. It mentions using the -t flag ... however, I
>> start mimedefang with "service mimedefang start" so I don't have any
>> control over the flags that are being used.
> It sounds like you have Fedora or a Redhat variant? There should
> be /etc/sysconfig/mimedefang which you can edit as you like.
But, if you have defined everyone in virtusertable with default rejects,
sendmail will process invalid recipients faster than mimedefang can.
You might still get a few instances where where a message comes in with
a large number of invalid recipients that makes it obvious spam but it
will still be accepted for a small number of valid addresses. You might
be able to figure that out with some work in filter_recipient - or just
hope that your other checks catch it.
NOTE: If there is a disclaimer or other legal boilerplate in the above
message, it is NULL AND VOID. You may ignore it.