[Mailman-Users] Spoofed Addresses
relson at osagesoftware.com
Sat Oct 30 04:11:15 CEST 2004
On Sat, 30 Oct 2004 03:13:21 +0200
Brad Knowles wrote:
> At 8:24 PM -0400 2004-10-29, David Relson wrote:
> > Part of asking the question was to learn whether mailman has any
> > ability to verify addresses. I wasn't aware of anything, which
> > doesn't mean it can't be done. Along a similar vein, I'm wondering
> > if there are ways for postfix and procmail to validate addresses.
> How would it verify the address? By the time that Mailman gets
> the message, it's already been accepted by your MTA.
I'm well aware that mailman has features beyond what I need and use. As
there was a chance it could do something magical for cases like this, I
thought I'd ask :-)
> I guess you could set up forced moderation for all users, so
> a human being has to take a manual action for each message in order
> to approve it. That's not a very scalable solution, however.
As you say, not scalable :-(
My mail handling environment is composed of postfix, procmail,
bogofilter, and mailman. All incoming messages are _supposed_ to be
processed by bogofilter, which adds a spam/ham tag to the message
header. Messages to "mydomain.com" have the tags, but messages to
"mylists.org" do not (as confirmed by looking at *.pck in held-msgs).
Can you point me towards a FAQ, HOWTO, or other document which might
shed light on why this is so?
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