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It looks like you are running an open relay. Configure your server to queue only and clear the spam out of your spool. mailq and exim4 -Mad are commands that may help. You may want to firewall or/or shutdown your server while you resolve the issues. Legitimate incoming mail should not bounce until you have been down a couple of days. Review your ...


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Where are you testing from? If you are testing from your local server, the connection has likely been accepted before reaching your warn statement. The recipient ACL starts with some accept statements intended to short-circuit tests designed for incoming mail from the internet. Is the mail being delivered to the destination handling the noreply mail? ...


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This is certainly possible. Just to give you a hint: You may use $run and $runrc in the ACL at rcpt stage. See the section 5. after "${run..." under http://www.exim.org/exim-html-current/doc/html/spec_html/ch-string_expansions.html. You do have to write a script though, which invokes "list_members mailinglist" or you may find the "withlist" command inspiring....



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