If he's using the FEATURE(access_db) for that, he can put
as a rule in his access.db. I think the ability to do that
appears in sendmail 8.11.
On Fri, May 31, 2002 at 04:14:13PM -0400, Bernie Cosell wrote:
> Apologies for the OT, but I think there are some sendmail knowledgable
> folk herein and this whole matter of IP-blocks was re4cently beaten to
> death here and it was what got me messing with this... I complained to
> a colleague as he was setting up an IP block that he really ought to let
> mail to 'postmaster' get through. I don't know squat about sendmail,
> but he said he couldn't figure out how to do that. He was going to put
> the IP in the "sendmail.block' file [is that right?] and that would,
> apparently, completely shut out the IP... Is there some way to set up
> sendmail so that it'll block all mail from the tainted IP *EXCEPT* for
> email addressed to postmaster?
> Bernie Cosell Fantasy Farm Fibers
> mailto:bernie @
com Pearisburg, VA
> --> Too many people, too few sheep <--
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