Backscatter is becoming more of a problem, and I can only see it
getting worse. I'm sure that programming LR to compare the domains of
From: and Reply-To: headers (or something similar) would be a pain,
so: is there a way to turn OFF 1) the -on and -off addresses and 2)
the "not allowed to post" responses?
I'm thinking that if there is *not* a way to do the former, that
adding a From: "-on@" to the Rejection strings might be a work-
around, but I can't think of a way to take care of the latter.
Either way, I think I'm going to go for the former (if that would
actually eat those messages) and just set up web forms that send a
subscribe listname message to the Requests address, as what's really
getting bombarded is the -on and -off...usually with something virus-
laden, which then ends up being sent (truncated though it is, it's
still recognizable) to spam traps, etc.
Advice, tricks, etc., welcome!
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Be consistent; when the worshiper has become attuned to the
the Divine Service, he will become impatient or confused if he finds
it being incessantly changed.