On 2006-07-22 18:04, Jonathan Horne <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > On Saturday 22 July 2006 17:55, Giorgos Keramidas wrote: > > On 2006-07-22 16:20, Jonathan Horne <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > > my problem: i have 5 domains that my sendmail server recieves mail > > > for, and im starting to get spammed at [EMAIL PROTECTED] as well > > > as [EMAIL PROTECTED] etc etc. realistically, name1 only needs to > > > receive at domain1, and none of the others. there are many other > > > accounts that only need to recieve at other specific domains, and > > > not at any of them. > > > > Are you using virtusertable for the domains? Then you can use something > > like this in `/etc/mail/virtusertable': > > > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] name1 > > @domain1.com 550: User unknown > > > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] name2 > > @domain2.com 550: User unknown > > > > You don't have to replace your mailserver then :) > > im actually a little proud of myself... just as this mail was comming > in, i am finishing up my testing/deployment of this exact > configuration. this was exactly what im looking for.
Excellent! :) > of my 5 domains, i probably have 10 addresses on 1, and then the rest > have either 1 or 2. i think for now this configuration is going to be > exactly what i am looking for, but i wonder what larger organizations > who use only sendmail, and have this sort of requirment, if this is > what they do too? I don't know about large organizations. We use this scheme in our mail servers for a moderate amount of domains. It suits our limited needs quite fine.  The team of admins of HELLUG, the Hellenic Linux Users' Group. _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"