agsteele Posted January 31, 2006 Share Posted January 31, 2006 Please don't do that. Those messages don't cause misdirected bounces, most of them probably ARE bounces. Domains whose mailservers refuse those messages in violation of RFCs 821, 2821, 2505, and 1123 are subject to listing by dsn.rfc-ignorant.org - see Listing policy for dsn.rfc-ignorant.org zone for details.39853[/snapback] Hi Jeff! You are, of course, correct about the RFC - although I think when were dumping messages from null senders we were probably ignorant of the RFC concerned. But being slightly provocative, I wonder what the difference is between me deciding to reject all Email from a particular IP address and deciding not to accept Emails because they do not declare a sender address. If we argue that it is the right of the recipient to reject anything they prefer not to have passing through their server then do we not have a right to reject messages from null senders? I'm not looking for an argument - just posing the question... Andrew Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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