[plug] re: Email rules
hagar at iinet.net.au
Thu Feb 21 13:40:02 WST 2008
On Thu, 21 Feb 2008, Jon L Miller wrote:
> I keep reading about maintaining a list and if I'm right that's fine, but
> I'm assuming that this list if generated from another location contains the
> name of the person sending it wouldn't it be best to have that e-mail
> dropped after all the sender should know the content of the mail he or she
> is sending. Usually if there is an address in it that's not right it'll fire
> back a message to the sender notifying them that that mail did not go
> through. I guess what I'm looking for is if in the header that the domain
> of the sender is the same as the receiver then the mail should go through
> with the TO and FROM being the same. But if the sender domain is different
> and the TO and FROM has the same name and domain then it should be dropped.
> I hope this makes sense.
Unless they are trying to send a test mail.
There are several legimate reasons for some one to do
These emails should be left for the recipient to decide if they
are legit or not.
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