> On 6 Feb 2019, at 17:24, Mischa <open...@high5.nl> wrote:
>> On 6 Feb 2019, at 15:38, Gilles Chehade <gil...@poolp.org> wrote:
>> On Wed, Feb 06, 2019 at 11:42:19AM +0100, Mischa wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> There has been a new scam going around for some time now where you get an
>>> email from your own email address to your email address.
>>> For people that don't know better it's scares the s**t out of them as the
>>> email is like:
>>> Hey I hacked your account as you can see since I am sending this email from
>>> your own account.
>>> Is there a quick way to filter email where the sender and rcpt-to are the
>>> Has anybody created a filter already to easily do this?
>> I used to have a rule to reject any mail from my domain but which were
>> not originating from trusted machines nor authenticated users.
>> not tested here but something along the lines of:
>> match !from local mail-from "@opensmtpd.org" reject
>> match !auth from any mail-from "@opensmtpd.org" reject
>> there are other ways too
> Let me see if some modified version of those rules work, the difference is
> that the MX is for incoming email only, outbound is taking a different route.
> Thanx Gilles!
I have been trying to do things like:
match from any rcpt-to "openbsd @ high5.nl" mail-from "openbsd @ high5.nl"
(without the spaces of course)
But it's not working. :/
Is there again parts of the rule I am missing?
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