hunter at userfriendly
Jul 19, 2005, 8:00 AM
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Sarah Carroll wrote:
> Surely this question is exactly what SRS is all about? Some mail servers
> NEED to forward mail on behalf of others, and SRS is meant to provide a
> method whereby we can.
> I don't think that Fernando wants to actually rewrite the sender
> address, rather to include a statement that his mail server has
> permission to forward on behalf of the originating mail server.
> I would also love an "idiots guide" to implementing SRS in Sendmail.
> Does such a thing exist or can anyone help out?
> At 14:31 19/07/2005, you wrote:
>> On Tue, Jul 19, 2005 at 10:08:50AM -0300, Fernando Trindade Xavier -
>> Fumsoft wrote:
>> > I've read about the Mail SRS and the problem of the forwarded
>> > e-mail. I thing I got this problem. Some accounts in my server needs to
>> > be forwarded to anothers accounts, and that servers wich have spf
>> > records are rejecting these forward e-mail's. I guess that the solution
>> > is rewriting the sender address, but how can I do that in sendmail ???
>> Aside: first you might want to consider whether you ought to be breaking
>> *your* mail system, in order to get mail through to someone else's broken
>> mail system.
>> If you fight SPF, you may help in a small way towards bringing forward
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As for SRS implementation in sendmail, i would hang on a little bit and
check out SES, which is what SRS has evolved into over the past months.
There are quite a few pages detailing how to implement ses/srs in
sendmail, but the code has actually released there will be a milter to
follow (i imagine) and some sendmail patches, etc.
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