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Date: Fri Sep 11 2009 - 09:15:47 CDT
Brian Evans - Postfix List ha scritto:
> Gabriele wrote:
>> The problem is that my postfix does not ask for authentication if the
>> recipient is inside any virtual domains of my server, so any user can
>> connect to my postfix and send emails to any of my domains without
>> authentication! This is bad!
> This will block all incoming internet mail too. Can Gmail, Hotmail or
> others auth? Because they are "any user".
Yes, this sounds clear to me.
Anyway, I could easily send unsolicited mail to any user of my domains
with no restrictions at all…
I asked a friend of mine who runs a ISP with EIMS (Eudora Internet Mail
Server): He says he can easily tell the server to distinguish between
SMTP submission and remote SMTP requests:
How can I accomplish the same thing with postfix?