RE: qmailFrom: Jason Casey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Subject: RE: qmail Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 10:18:09 -0700 Message-ID: <4E49157C28232642A7D628AD7BFDC1150EDE@pond.consystant.com> From: "Jason Casey" <email@example.com> To: "Baba Bogdan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Here is a document I found while looking for information on this.. the
way our firewall was setup(outside company) it was made that it could be
as a relay.. I was rather upset coming in to work one morning.. I've
used qmail for a few years and even help an ISP with an install.. if you
need further help/questions please feel free to contact me off list..
-- -Jason Systems Administrator Consystant Design Technologies, Inc.
Hi people First excuse my english. I just installed qmail 1.03 with daemontools and ucspi-tcpd and all the stuff that you need for an medium tipe ISP .
Haw do i know If after all the setups my server alows relay/spam. I know the mail.abuse.net relay check doesn`t work with qmail, there is oather way of checking if the host alows relay/spam