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From: Robert Schetterer (robertschetterer.org)
Date: Sat Jul 28 2007 - 06:39:21 CDT
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Magnus Bäck schrieb:
> On Saturday, July 28, 2007 at 13:19 CEST,
> Robert Schetterer <robertschetterer.org> wrote:
>> Hi all, ive found different descriptions from
>> one says reject when no ptr is there , the other says or the ptr
>> dont match the forward, so whats right?
>> or am i totaly confused today? *g
>> Reject when the client hostname is unknown. The
>> unknown_client_reject_code parameter specifies the response code to
>> rejected requests (default: 450).
> This doesn't say anything about any missing PTR. Is says that unknown
> clients are rejected, and Postfix' definition of an unknown client is
> that the PTR either doesn't exist or that the PTR doesn't match any A.
>> Reject the request when the client IP address has no PTR (address to
>> name) record in the DNS, or when the PTR record does not have a matching
>> A (name to address) record. The unknown_client_reject_code parameter
>> specifies the response code to rejected requests (default: 450).
> This description is also correct, and it's more descriptive than the
> previous description.
Hi Magnus, thx understand but maybe it would be better to have same
descript on both sites
Mit freundlichen Gruessen
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