I'm a little confused, if that's the whole point, not sure what the
point is.  Perhaps I jumped the gun by replying :).

I guess I would setup a local procmail rule or posfix rule to not accept
mail with these attachments?  If the mail is not going through the zope
mailservers, I'm not sure how one would logically deal with this
spoofing problem?  One options is enforcing this with SPF records - we
could get Mark to set this up on the zope.org side perhaps?


On Tue, 2006-01-17 at 15:39 +0100, Tino Wildenhain wrote:
> Andrew Sawyers schrieb:
> > IIRC, all of the zope mailing lists only accept mail from subscribers -
> > so these are likely just someone spoofing the sender address.  No reason
> > to try and handle this on the list server side IMNSHO.
> Of course they are. Thats the whole point :-) On which side do you think
> it can be handled instead?

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