The system manager can input partial or full matches to network addresses into this file. When Network mail receives a message from a sender that contains the string input, that message will be rejected. This file can be used to prevent spam or nuisance messages from being received from a remote site. APPLICATION GROUP(S): XM
INPUT TRANSFORM: K:$L(X)>99!($L(X)<3)!'(X'?1P.E) X
LAST EDITED: APR 22, 2002
HELP-PROMPT: Answer must be 3-99 characters in length.
DESCRIPTION: This field contains a list of senders from whom messages will be rejected. The test is that the sender's name contains the string in one of these fields. A site could therefore choose to reject all messages that come
from a particular domain, from a person at a domain or from any domain that is a subdomain of a domain. This is not a complete list, but is a set of examples of what could be done.
Rejection is done during the processing of the MAIL FROM: message protocol data unit.