It sounds like "reject-sender" is the right option... if it's not working, I 
would look at qmail's configuration.  spamdyke uses qmail's rcpthosts and 
morercpthosts files to decide what addresses are "local" -- is there a separate 
copy of qmail for each server/jail with different configurations?

-- Sam Clippinger

On Oct 31, 2016, at 6:07 PM, Pablo Murillo via spamdyke-users 
<> wrote:

> Hi
> I will try to explain the subject
> We use Qmail, VpopMail and Spamdyke
> We have multiple servers with jails with multiple domains, we have smtp
> servers configured in all the jails, in all the servers
> Every jail has an smtp server running with auth over spamdyke, and today
> (after a lot of years) we find that everyone can send mail using the rights
> credential to any of our servers
> I know, they are using valid credentials, but if a password is hacked, the
> spamers can login in every server to send mail using this credential
> So, the questions is: How can I force the users to use ONLY his smtp to send
> mails ?
> I think that " reject-sender =  not-local " will work, but, no, only work if
> the user don't authenticate
> May be is a filter order ?
> I asked something similar to this and the solution was that I have to
> manually change the order in the source code
> Is there other way ?
> May be, if the filter order can be altered without changing the source code
> ?
> It´s a challenge ? :D
> Pablo Murillo
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