On Sat, 2004-01-31 at 23:39, Kurt Bigler wrote:
> I just discovered a phenomenon that is probably familiar to many of you:
> the fact that spammers (or viruses) can relay through my server because of
> its accepted domains (domains at which my server hosts pop accounts), simply
> by forging a bad address at one of the accepted domains and allowing the
> resulting bounce to deliver their content to the specified "from" address,
> via the bounce message.

and you actually observe this happening?  I've never received such an
email, nor have I ever seen it happen to my machine, or any other
machine I've worked on in the past..


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