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From: Josh Cason (jocasomychoice.cc)
Date: Mon Apr 05 2010 - 21:22:29 CDT
So then from I could tell. Pop-Before-Smtp should not list 127.0.0.1
and the server ip number then. I guess what I'm asking is. I have this
server doing multiple duties including sending logwatch and webmail
from the server via localhost. This works great. But I think it might
be a cause to my spamming problem. I just don't have a way to test xxx
fake e-mail to go through the server from the outside to see if it
gets changed and the local network sends it. Do any of you have a good
e-mail test program that I can send stuff as a relay to the mychoice
server. relay to relay without setting up another e-mail server or
full blown server? Yes I know the server should accept outside mail.
But not route outside mail that does not belong to it. That is what is
currently doing. xxxyahoo.com is going to mutiple yahoo adresses
via my server. (this is a example. It does alot others.) Yet my server
should say oh xxxyahoo.com you have not business here. You are not
going to one of my email users. So it stops it.
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