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Re: Has postini been taken over?
At 09:14 AM 19-08-04 -0700, Jay Hennigan wrote:
How exactly does "all mail for the domain will flow throughHave you or a mail administrator for your domain signed up with Postini for spam filtering? If so, all mail for the domain will flow through Postini's servers. If your mailbox isn't enabled for filtering or is set to not filter, all the spam you previously got from anywhere will show Postini in the headers. For that matter, all of your mail to that address will have Postini in the headers.
Postini's servers"? I ask since the IP sending to some postini IP like exprod5mx30.postini.com is blocked for outgoing port 25+80. That means that the data is flowing to postini in 1 of the following ways:
a) auto-GRE tunnels
b) email packaged in some way
c) email is being sent via some dialup/DSL connection to postini
I am just trying to understand how postini is bypassing my anti-spam ACLs.
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