On Thu, May 03, 2001 at 12:30:26PM +0100, Kenn Humborg wrote:
> Lately, I've been seeing remote SMTP servers refuse
> to accept messages with a MAIL FROM:<>.
> So, what's the current "best practice". Should I break
> my sendmail to include an address with bounce messages,
> or berate the remote admins?
They need a rapid clue injection. RFC2821 is the new SMTP spec.,
published last week. It says:
"There are several types of notification messages which are required
by existing and proposed standards to be sent with a null reverse
If you don't use an empty envelope sender you risk creating a mail
James Raftery (JBR54)
"It's somewhere in the Red Hat district" -- A network engineer's
freudian slip when talking about Amsterdam's nightlife at RIPE 38.
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