--- disable: 0 weight_invalid_helo_hostname: -100 weight_non_fqdn_helo_hostname: -100 weight_non_fqdn_recipient: -100 weight_non_fqdn_sender: -100 weight_unknown_helo_hostname: -50 weight_unknown_recipient_domain: -50 weight_unknown_sender_domain: -50 #weight_unknown_client_hostname: -50 weight_unknown_reverse_client_hostname: -50
Re-implementation of postfix's restriction directives but with scoring.
The following directives are re-implemented:
Syntax of helo hostname is invalid (eg "???" or "#@%@@" or whatever is not syntactically correct)
Syntax is correct, but not in FQDN form (eg localhost, but not localhost.tld)
Recipient address is not FDQN (eg: "user" without domain or anything or "user@localhost" but not "email@example.com").
Same as above but for sender address.
If the syntax is correct and in FQDN form but NOT an existing domain (has no A or MX record)
Recipient is in correct FQDN but recipient domain does not have an A or MX record.
Same as above, but for sender.
This matches if: 1) the client IP address->name mapping fails, 2) the name->address mapping fails, or 3) the name->address mapping does not match the client IP address
Stronger then weight_unknown_reverse_client_hostname which matches only 1)
The order the tests will be performed is in as they are listed above.
Will be created automatically.
Either build stats per country or score with negative or positve weight per country or do both
Returns bool wheter given domain has A or MX record
Resolutes either A or MX recrod to IP(s)
Ulrich Kautz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (c) 2010 the "AUTHOR" as listed above
This library is free software and may be distributed under the same terms as perl itself.