Mailing List Message #15076
From: Charles Mangin <>
Subject: spamtraps and wildcards
Date: Sun, 4 Sep 2005 20:41:12 -0400
To: SIMS Discussions <>
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i have a client that wants a fairly common spamtrap address on my server <admin> to be a real address on his domain.

i warned him that it's likely he'll start getting some spam as soon as i set it up for him, but he wants it anyway.

what i'd like to do is have his account - - to be first in the router, then what's not caught by that <admin> be a spamtrap. unfortunately, routs to <admin> and <admin> is a spamtrap, so his working address would be a spamtrap in that sense.

how else can i keep this spamtrap, and yet have his address work at the same time? i'd like to refrain from having to put an <admin@...> entry for every other domain on the server. any suggestions?

             charles mangin | Alpha Geek and Chief Mental Hygienist | What's that watermelon doing there? |

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