> Jo Rhett wrote:
>> Not all bounces are backscatter. My servers all deliver DSNs to the
>> sender. My servers don't send backscatter.
On Tue, March 25, 2008 6:59 pm, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> So now we're back to my original question. Under what circumstances is
> it acceptable for an MTA to accept a message and then later return an
> undeliverable DSN?
> I thought previously you said 'none', but now you say your servers do
> it, so which is it?
My servers do it for mail accepted locally for relay, which is *only*
SSL-encrypted and SMTP-AUTH mail. In short, zero chance of bouncing mail
to a forged sender.
My server does not accept e-mail from random parties for relay. It either
rejects it during the SMTP transaction, or delivers it.
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