Re: Spam in qmail queue - SpamAssassin

This is a discussion on Re: Spam in qmail queue - SpamAssassin ; Marcin Praczko wrote: > - Spamassassin marks it as SPAM (which is correct) > - But user doesn’t exist on somedomain1.com (it happen) > - So qmail is storage this mail in queue as long as it can. Do you ...

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  1. Re: Spam in qmail queue

    Marcin Praczko wrote:

    > - Spamassassin marks it as SPAM (which is correct)
    > - But user doesn’t exist on somedomain1.com (it happen)
    > - So qmail is storage this mail in queue as long as it can.


    Do you have any special reason to receive mail for users that
    doesn't exist?

    > My question is, what is the best practice and how can I configure
    > following scenario:


    The best practice is to never accept messages to non-existant users.

    Regards
    /Jonas
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  2. Re: Spam in qmail queue


    > Marcin Praczko wrote:
    >
    >> - Spamassassin marks it as SPAM (which is correct)
    >> - But user doesn’t exist on somedomain1.com (it happen)
    >> - So qmail is storage this mail in queue as long as it can.

    >
    > Do you have any special reason to receive mail for users that
    > doesn't exist?
    >
    >> My question is, what is the best practice and how can I configure
    >> following scenario:

    >
    > The best practice is to never accept messages to non-existant users.


    Agreed. There is no reason to accept then bounce. That's ==
    backscatter. Either REJECT or DISCARD.

    - Sahil

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