Did you compile the access database? Typically done with: /usr/sbin/makemap hash /etc/mail/access < /etc/mail/access
-Derek At 08:54 PM 3/28/2006, Mikhail Teterin wrote:
×¦×ÔÏÒÏË 28 ÂÅÒÅÚÅÎØ 2006 18:55, Derek Ragona ÎÁÐÉÓÁ×: > Block that in /etc/mail/access instead, use this syntax: > @example.com ERROR:550 " No spam, thanks" > > Note the leading space and use of double quotes. Nope, that went back to saying "User unknown" instead of "No spam"... Thanks! -mi > At 01:22 PM 3/28/2006, Mikhail Teterin wrote: > >Hi! > > > >I host a domain with a handful of "real" addresses. I noticed, that > >spammers are using a variety of random-generated names @mydomain and wish > >to block such addresses with "No spam" responses instead of "User > > unknown". > > > >Here is (almost) what I have in the virtusertable: > > > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] foo > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] bar > > @example.com error:5.7.0:550 No spam, thanks > > > >I can see the "No spam,thanks" messages logged in the maillog (without the > >space after coma, for some reason), but there is no reject=550 message > >logged (which interferes with my other software) and some of these > >messages seem to pass through (although others are intercepted by other > >anti-spam defenses). > > > >For example, here are the only two log entries, that a spam message > > generates: > > > >Mar 28 13:45:58 corbulon sendmail: k2SIjvvb040026: > ><[EMAIL PROTECTED]>... No spam,thanks > >Mar 28 13:45:58 corbulon sendmail: k2SIjvvb040026: > >from=<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, size=3305, class=0, nrcpts=0, proto=ESMTP, > >daemon=MTA, relay=example.example.net [xx.x.xx.xxx] > > > >Despite the "No spam,thanks" the message was accepted. > > > >What am I doing wrong? Thanks! > > > > -mi > >_______________________________________________ > >firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list > >http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions > >To unsubscribe, send any mail to > > "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"
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