Hmmm... Try this on your own domain from a library, or outside-
If your domain is mydomain.com, and in your client email program from somewhere else, set your return address to a non-existent address of your domain, say to email@example.com. Also set the appropriate Outgoing Mail Server in your client email setup for your mydomain.com. You can send ANY mail your want right through the mydomain.com SMTP Mail Servers running under PostOffice. Is THAT Anti-Relay protection ? Don't think so.
Try it. Is VERY scary. No IP addresses have to be spoofed.
> > - No body, subject, or sender word blocking. Therefore, if the
> > admin. wants to block a particular type of e-mail (based on a
> > word in the subject or body) and redirect (or copy) to another
> > account, you can't do it with Post.Office.
>Tricky one... I like to leave this type of filtering up to the client, EVEN in unusual circumstances (e.g. the recent "ILOVEYOU" chaos)...
Leave it to the client. But also give it to the Mail Server Admin. That takes nothing from the client because many or MOST clients are simply unable to set a filter.
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