> On Monday 31 March 2008 22:53:45 Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
> > Such IP's are thus not designed to send mail directly to recipients - users
> > have to send mail through mailserver with static IP that can autenticate
> > them.


On 31.03.08 22:06, Arvid Ephraim Picciani wrote:
> True. The problem is, thats exactly what happened but SA matched the sender
> anyway becouse he's in the received headers.


iirc they only matched RDNS_DYNAMIC which means "reverse DNS looks like
dynamic". That scores 0.1 points and only scores more in combination with
other rules. However changing the DNS should help.

they should ask its ISP to change the DNS not to look dynamic (generic)

> Somone mentioned trust path but i don't think it's broken. SA matched the
> archlinux server perfectly fine as the first dynhost sending to my trusted
> network.


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