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Block all mail from a domain...except 2 addresses?
I have a client who has people using his mail.domain.com mailserver to send spam through my server.
He only has 2 addresses setup on that account that he uses.
How can I block anything EXCEPT those 2 addresses from sending mail through the server?
It's a cpanel system + Exim/mailscanner
I thought an Exim filter file might do it...but I've yet to get one to work right.
Um. What are you waiting for? Shut down his account. What's to stop him from creating new and more email accounts?
Are you sure that the spammers are sending through your server? If they're sending from somewhere else, and forging fake email addresses from the domain into the messages, there's nothing you can do.
sprintserve - because he assured me he's not the one sending him and even requested that I do this. Now if he created more accounts - then clearly he was lieing and I terminate the account.
dan_erat - I misread it. It's not from my server. (oopsies)
Had two server migrations over the past 2 days. I finally just slept after I posted this original post.
So ignore me - I wasn't quite all there when I posted
Last edited by Devil Inside; 03-17-2004 at
Would you care to share the mail headers? If it's without doubt from him (and not a joe's job) you should terminate him. He may simply be ok with this because he had already send out his spam and accomplish his purpose. I don't see how someone would offer to allow his own emails to be blocked.
At the same time, he could be using scripts to send out the spam. So blocking those emails would be fruitless.
*points to edited post*
But thanks for your time and help. I appreciate it
All the spammers I caught always claim it wasn't them.
And if they don't claim that they didn't send it, they claim that what they sent wasn't spam. :)