Relaying to non-standard TLD's (was Re: ARIN whois)
jdfalk at cybernothing.org
Tue Nov 23 17:50:26 UTC 1999
On 11/23/99, "Roeland M.J. Meyer" <rmeyer at mhsc.com> wrote:
> Analogies never prove anything. Let's get our hands on the real thing
> instead. Show me another way to run a third-party e-mail gateway that
> doesn't require a smart relay somewhere. Oh yeah, do it with sendmail.
Okay, let's take your non-standard TLD example.
It'd be pretty easy to write a sendmail ruleset that would
allow anybody anywhere to relay TO THOSE TLD's but not to any
other mail server.
I'm sorry to come off so negative, Roeland, but I'm shocked
by how little research you've done here. (If you were a little
more polite about it I'd be tempted to write the ruleset for
you right now.)
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