Mailing List CGatePro@mail.stalker.com Message #92059
From: Stefan Seiz <TalkLists@index-s.de>
Subject: Re: mail Rerouting Joe-Jobbed
Date: Mon, 06 Aug 2007 09:30:16 +0200
To: CommuniGate Pro Discussions <CGatePro@mail.stalker.com>
On 06.08.2007 8:51 Uhr "Jona Tallieu (T & T NV)" <Junk@tnt.be> wrote:

> We have the client domain in our CGPSA scan list.  When a message has
> a high spam score, we store that message inside the spam account.
>
> Now we are getting joe-jobbed and all bounces are returned to us,
> creating a lot of un-needed mail to get send to the clients
> mailserver, and eating our spam-scanning resources.
>
> How can we solve this?
>
> We tried doing this in the router:
>
> account1@searchselection.com = account1%
> searchselection.com@mail.searchselection.com.smtp
> account2@searchselection.com = account2%
> searchselection.com@mail.searchselection.com.smtp
> account3@searchselection.com = account3%
> searchselection.com@mail.searchselection.com.smtp
> account4@searchselection.com = account4%
> searchselection.com@mail.searchselection.com.smtp
>
> and just listing all accounts that do exist.


Why not add these as forwarders under the client.com domain?

That should still keep the rerouting option intact and also run the helpers
on them (depending on your rule to call the external helper).

--
Stefan Seiz <http://www.StefanSeiz.com>
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