Mailing List CGatePro@mail.stalker.com Message #92719
From: Stefan Seiz <TalkLists@index-s.de>
Subject: Re: How to create a "do not reply" account.
Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2007 15:55:40 +0200
To: CommuniGate Pro Discussions <CGatePro@mail.stalker.com>
On 25.09.2007 14:33 Uhr "Marcel Hochuli" <mhochuli@a-f.ch> wrote:

> Add a Router entry like this:
>
> N: <noreply> = null    ; black-hole ('N:'=norelay)
>
> This way, you can use <noreply@yourmaindomain.net> as sender address.
> You will also accept a reply to it with no error, but dicard it
> instantly. This way you won't play ping pong with another serverŠ

Marcel and Rob,

Thanks for the suggestions.

But: i can't use a different FROM and Reply-To as the Application which
sends the mails only supports one sender address (unfortunately).

A NULL router is also not an options, as i want customers accidentially
replying to such an address to be aware, that their reply wasn't read by a
human - thus i need a bounce.

A Rule with a react with or such would also not be an option as i want to
bounce as early as possible and not waste any cycles which these mails
(virus / spam processing and such).

What i need is a way, to configure CGP to allow a CLIENT IP to use an
"unknown account" as the sender address. Currently it refuses "unknown
accounts" used as sender even if verify return-path is set to NON-Clients
and the party using the unknown address as FROM-Address is in the Client IP
List.

I still run CGP 4.3.12 by the way.

--
Stefan Seiz <http://www.StefanSeiz.com>
Spamto: <bin@imd.net>



Subscribe (FEED) Subscribe (DIGEST) Subscribe (INDEX) Unsubscribe Mail to Listmaster