Spam to a "submail" via recipient_delimiter

From: (no name) (no email)
Date: Mon Mar 08 2010 - 06:12:39 EST

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    Hello,
    i used to create on-the-fly mail-addresses with "recipient_delimiter"
    set to "."

    Now, one of those mail-addresses is heavily receiving spam.

    As this mail-address is of the form "user dot sub at dot dot dot ", cannot just remove
    the user "user.sub" from my list of users.

    I would like to reject any mail to "user dot sub at dot dot dot " as early as possible
    while still allowing mail to any other "user dot sub2 at dot dot dot " or "user at dot dot dot ".

    So far, i could only find "check_recipient_access" that points to a file
    contains addresses to be rejected.
    But as far as i can tell, this is already quite late in processing the
    mails!

    Is there any other way to reject/tarpit such "sub-mail-addresses" (from
    recipient_delimiter) very very early in processing the mail?

    At best, directly after reading the first header-line ...

    Thank for any hint!


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