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I see there's a RDNS_NONE rule for when the sending IP address has no DNS
PTR (reverse DNS) record. But no rule for when that PTR record doesn't
have a matching A (forward DNS) record that matches the sending IP?
For example, if you get an email from me, and look up the IP:
184.108.40.206 -> chaosreigns.com
Then you can look up that host name and get:
chaosreigns.com -> 220.127.116.11
And if that IP didn't match the sending IP, it would fail this test.
Is this something that would be accepted into spamassassin if I created a
module? Or a feature that would be added if I didn't do it?
I block all email that doesn't pass this test at my MTA (postfix
reject_unknown_client_hostname), but I understand some people don't.
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