On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 03:25:25PM -0400, Glenn Forbes Fleming Larratt wrote:
> Folks,
> I've done some searching of the list archives and the web, but I
> can't lay hands on an answer to this question:
> - is there a way, ideally documented in a HOWTO or guide, to
> configure PostFix such that:
>     - it will accept any mail (think "open relay", but...);
>     - it will *never* attempt to forward that mail;
>     - it will *never* generate e-mail: no sent mail, no return
> receipts, no bounces, nothing?
> The application we have in mind is a "Phish Phillet" engine, that
> would accept any mail sent to it, save the message locally, and
> process it using a home-grown set of analysis tools - DNS and whois
> queries, reputational databases, etc. - to rate messages and
> accumulate statistics about bad-actor mail senders and phishing
> sites.
> Thanks!
> -- 
> Glenn Forbes Fleming Larratt
> Cornell University IT Security Office

Hi Glenn,

Would the smtp-sink program in postfix fit your usecase?


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