kevin at labsysgrp
Apr 26, 2002, 11:21 AM
Post #2 of 2
Generally, no, because the relay refusal is done before the message contents
Re: seeing the contents of refused relay messages?
[In reply to]
are even sent to your server.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Patrick Draper" <pdrap-exim [at] pdrap>
To: <exim-users [at] exim>
Sent: Friday, April 26, 2002 11:14 AM
Subject: [Exim] seeing the contents of refused relay messages?
> Hi, I have my exim setup to refuse all relays, and I've tested it out
> with the various relay testers available on the web, with no problems.
> Today, somebody tried to bounce a mail off my server. Without going into
> too much detail, I have reason to believe that it was a radio station
> listener trying to send in a photo of a man with a mullet hairstyle in a
> misguided attempt to win a contest. I found myself wishing that I could
> have seen the photo, might have been good for a laugh. :-)
> So my question is this: Can I refuse all relays and still be able to
> see what people were attempting to send through my server?
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