I'm going to rewrite recipients only for those emails
which I add SPAM tag to header so people is not interesting to reply to
these message because it's spam; other emails has original recipient.
What do you think about ? I appreciate your suggestions.
Data: 16/05/2006 1.26
Ogg: Re: [Sendmail-milter-users] relay to certain smtp server according to header content
Yes, I believe that you can do address rewriting like that. The only
problem is people on the outside world might start replying to users on
the inside like user@... instead of just user@...
So, you'd want to to handle that case. I am not positive if you can
just change the RCPT, or if you would need to add a new RCPT as
user@... and then remove the old rcpt user@...
It's been more than 5 years since I've done any Milter stuff.
Personally, I would just do the re-injection to the internal server and
bypass the mailertable. If you're using Perl, this is a sinch to do.
Can I use the milter interface,
which tags mail messages as SPAM and rewrite recipient's domain into
another one, which has similar name for instance 'example.com' into
I'm going to protect my mail server
from spam which comes from outside my company so I want to verify
RECIPIENT field and I eventually replace it.
I can add entry into mailetable to
redirect these particolar emails to spam server.
If my email address is user@... and I receive a SPAM email from prova@... (from Internet) to user@... when milter add
SPAM tag to header , can It rewrite user@...
into user@... ?
So this mail will route to a
particular server .
Original Message -----
Monday, May 15, 2006 10:52 PM
Re: [Sendmail-milter-users] relay to certain smtp server according to
I'm using Milter for Sendmail 8.13 that sends mail messages
razor-check and tags (SPAM or OK) ones that are found in the razor
It's possible to check email headers and consequently decide what smtp
server to send messages ?
I'd like to send all spam emails, with 'SPAM' header tag, to another
local smtp server which will delivery into its local mailbox. Can I
solve this problem with a second milter interface ?
Essentially, what you're doing is just re-injecting the mail. Instead
of doing it locally, you're doing it remotely via SMTP disregarding the
I think you're hoping you can in someway use milters to affect the
sendmail "transports" table, but to the best of my understanding this
is not possible.
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