Quoting Philip Reynolds (philip.reynolds at rfc-networks.ie):
> Specifically with both Postfix and Qmail, this is *NOT* an adequate
> test. By default with Postfix, for example, it will allow relaying
> for any host within mynetworks which, by default, is 127.0.0.0/8.
> This means relaying from any FOREIGN_DOMAIN to any FOREIGN_DOMAIN.
_Obviously_, you want to attempt relaying from an IP that your MTA is
supposedly configured to not permit relaying from. I would have thought
that the need to be fully aware of local MTA configuration went without
My MTA happens to be configured to deny mail that is both from out of
domain and addressed to out of domain -- regardless of its IP of origin.
Therefore, if it permits relayed mail at localhost, something's wrong.
If it doesn't, then other, subtler failures of the permission model
might be wrong, but it's been confirmed to not relay to a first
Which was pretty much exactly what I said the first time. Were you not
listening, or are you just trying to pick an argument?
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