Try getting a correct address here:

The original message was received at Wed, 3 Jan 2007 15:35:35 -0500 from
mars.callan.com [38.99.19.19]

----- The following addresses had permanent fatal errors -----

(reason: 553 Mail to not allowed; Contact
Postmaster@TIFFY.GSFC.NASA.GOV to remove block)

----- Transcript of session follows ----- ... while talking to
tiffy.gsfc.nasa.gov:
>>> DATA

<<< 553 Mail to not allowed; Contact
Postmaster@TIFFY.GSFC.NASA.GOV to remove block 550 5.1.1
... User unknown <<< 554 No valid recipients
given


Mark Kattalia
CALLAN ASSOCIATES Inc.
101 California St. Suite 3500
San Francisco, Ca. 94111
(415) 274-3099
kattalia@callan.com


-----Original Message-----
From: gb [mailto:batluck@tiffy.gsfc.nasa.gov]
Sent: Wednesday, January 03, 2007 7:00 AM
To: info-multinet@process.com
Subject: Re: smtp_reject file

Multinet,

Can anyone help with my question? I am DROWNING in crap email because my
smtp_reject file is NOT working well. It is working SOMEWHAT, but not
completely.

Thanks, G Batluck


----- Original Message -----
From: "gb"
To:
Sent: Monday, December 18, 2006 11:48 AM
Subject: smtp_reject file


> Sirs:
> Please tell me what is wrong with my declarations in smtp_server_reject
> since many
> of the source addresses that I thought I had rejected are managing to get
> thru.
>
> I have declared the following statements (which are not working/blocking
> email):
>
> *@*.com * *@mynode.a.b.c y
> *@*.net * *@mynode.a.b.c y
> *@*.org * *@mynode.a.b.c y
> *@*.jp * *@mynode.a.b.c y
>
> Are the *.com files not blocking things from *@a.c.com? That is, does my
> declaration only block *@a.com but not *@a.b.c.com? I thought the * meant
> everything before the .com but it's NOT working that way. My mail is
> arriving thru another (server) so I can no longer block by IP #
> (unfortunately).
>
> Thanks, G Batluck
>