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revised How to configure Apple Power Mac to boot headless (without keyboard or monitor)?
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revised Incoming mail from sender, MX record won't accept replies. How to block the incoming SMTP connection from that sender?
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revised Intermittent rsync over ssh errors via cron w/ Ubuntu 10.04: unexplained & protocol data stream
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comment Incoming mail from sender, MX record won't accept replies. How to block the incoming SMTP connection from that sender?
“If you don't mind dropping these mail sources, you can drop senders you can't reply to.” Yes, that's exactly what this question is asking. If you know how to do that, please write an answer!
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comment Incoming mail from sender, MX record won't accept replies. How to block the incoming SMTP connection from that sender?
Senders don't themselves have to accept mail, but they do need to have an MX record. If the sender's MX host refuses mail, I don't want to accept the incoming connection from the sender in the first place.