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I've changed my blockreportlist.txt to: *@mydomain.com Now, It works.


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Is there any chance your messages are queueing up and then going out in bursts? We had that problem with some of our production servers; when a huge queue of emails goes out at once, some of the spam filters will detect that as problematic behavior. I assume you're using Spamhaus to check their listings: we found ourselves on their lists whenever there ...


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Look at "policyd" for Postfix. That should be able to fix your ratelimiting. That said, 10 SMTP connections per minute seems stupidly low, and I'd challenge the provider on that (600 per hour may be reasonable)


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Additionally to the explanations from masegaloeh, I want to point out, why the spammer got through in your case. Look at the following line in the logs: Jul 19 07:59:07 mail postfix/smtpd[15492]: NOQUEUE: reject_warning: RCPT from unknown[37.215.63.185]: 504 5.5.2 <37.215.63.185>: Helo command rejected: need fully-qualified hostname; from=<> ...


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The logs above is expected behavior from postfix and amavis. For after queue content filter like amavis, the filter needs reinject email to postfix. For more info please refers to official documentation. Here some explanation of postfix and amavis action. Jul 19 07:59:06 mail postfix/smtpd[15492]: connect from unknown[37.215.63.185] Client from ...


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I think you can use auth-passwdfile.conf.ext with users file. passdb { driver = passwd-file args = scheme=CRYPT username_format=%u /my/file/path/dovecot.users } Syntax: user@domain.tld:{passwdtype}password:uid:gid::::


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We have a similar setup. In our case Logwatch, Fail2Ban, our Rails apps all send email seamlessly. The short answer is use Postfix to relay your emails. The long answer: (using Sendgrid as an example) 1) Sign up an account from email providers like Sendgrid, Mailgun, etc. All of them have free plans and paid plans. 2) Setup the /etc/postfix/main.cf. The ...


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You can install postfix with apt-get install postfix and select 'Internet Site' in configuration dialog. Then create one mail alias in /etc/aliases for root pointing to your gmail address: root: youraddress@gmail.com Run newaliases and you'll start receiving mails from daemons like logwatch, fail2ban etc in your gmail.


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I would not recommend trying to hide your e-mail structure. If it breaks, you will likely be missing the appropriate information to fix the problem. It is Google is blocking the message, so the problem may be with your server. If your email structure is not well done (fixed IP address, valid rDNS, SPF, DKIM, and optionnally DMARC records), then Google ...


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You cannot change this from any configuration settings; it is hardcoded into the source code. If you want to change the output of the bounce message, you will have to edit the print_address_information() function in src/deliver.c and rebuild a local copy of exim. If you really think about it though, that will leave you with a confusing message: This ...


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A domain name, say example.com, is registered to company ONE. The Address record of the DNS for that domain has been changed, to map example.com with an IP of a server of company TWO. It doesn't matter to whom a domain name is registered. The registrant is simply responsible (among other matters) for setting the nameservers, the machine(s) which are ...


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As barely reading through qshape code (it's based on Perl), this tool is independent from mailq command. It works by Directly scan the content of queue_directory (/var/spool/postfix/ in your case) Sanity check the content of file by parsing the queue file. See the code on github, especially on line 219-270 (sorry, I don't quite understand Perl) So in ...


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An iptables PREROUTING rule will not show up in a standard netstat listing, as in NAT mode, it operates at the kernel level, therefore does not register as a process that's listening. The best way for you to diagnose this is to monitor all traffic on that machine on port 25 to see how it behaves with the rules you have in place; tcpdump -nn -i eth0 port 25 ...


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Problem solved! Changed host.domain.com to server.domain.com and problem solved, because mail.domain.com was as MX record in my DNS settings


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As has been noted, your domain registrar likely can forward email for you. If you are sending email from your domain, you will want some basic email setup including an MX. Adding SPF, and DKIM signatures may increase your delivery success. You will want your MX to accept (and possibly forward) email sent to the sending address, as well as mail sent to ...


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Quite a few domain name registrars offer e-mail forwarding as a free feature. Typically the interface for managing regular DNS records is used to create a custom record type indicating an email (or URL) forward. In the background that forces the domain registrar's mailservers as the MX servers for the domain, but since you don't want to run your own ...


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If I were you, firstly I would backup mail.log then reverted all changes to the state from the tutorial, then I would add to main.cf: debug_peer_level = 5 debug_peer_list = 127.0.0.1 then blanked mail.log cat /dev/null > /var/log/mail.log restarted postfix and manually connect to postfix (here is only the commands I would input): telnet 127.0.0.1 25 ...


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Your /etc/hosts file should have a separate line defining the system's IP and fully-qualified domain name and the short name on the same line. Remove the "mail.website1.com" and "mail" from the line with 127.0.0.1. 127.0.0.1 localhost localhost.localdomain localhost4 localhost4.localdomain4 ::1 localhost localhost.localdomain localhost6 ...


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How/Can/Should I use my pfSense router as an outgoing mail server? Short answer: you shouldn't do this. Really. Let pfSense be your router/firewall. It does very good at that, and it's advisable to separate routing/security functions on your network from application-level functions. That said, there is a "Postfix forwarder" package available for ...


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You didn't give a lot of detail in your question, so I'll provide a list of general things to look at. 1) A common issue is that the php script is not readable and/or executable by the exim user. Test by setting the php script to mode 755 and resend. 2) Make sure the bang path in the script is correct. Typically this will be #!/usr/bin/php You should be ...


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I am answering my question We tried the migration tool which doesn't seem to workout. We got the message like this tool is not available for your account.May be it depends on the exact platform(we use windows 8) or i may not have any clue on this. How we have done is, We did IMAP configuration in outlook client with two mail accounts (source + ...


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If I understood well the question, you want to migrate mails from client outlook application to google apps ? There is a tool named "Google Apps Migration for Microsoft Outlook" this tools might work from both client and server side. Tools presentation Administrator setup for Google Apps Migration Migration Tools


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No, this is not necessary. Only if you send bulk mail, but then you're better off handing that to a service provider for sending it out, as they have far more experience in making sure that your e-mail reaches the target mailboxes. Also, just changing domain/subdomain does usually not work, as BAN's are largely based on IP addresses as well, or only on ...


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$myhostname is by default the same as the systems FQDN. This should be like hostname.example.com. Take a look in the manpages of hostname and associates to configure it correctly for your system. The $myhostname variable is used in many other parameters, such as smtp_helo_name, which should be a valid and correct FQDN. Otherwise your mail may be rejected by ...


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myhostname should be set to the FQDN of the server. If your server never receives email, then you can safely set mydestination to localhost as the mydestination directive controls the domains which Postfix will attempt to deliver locally. See Postfix documentation: http://www.postfix.org/postconf.5.html#mydestination


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Field active needs to set to 1 as well. INSERT INTO alias_domain (alias_domain, target_domain, active) VALUES ('mysite.ca', 'mysite.com', 1);


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Inside of your main.cf, add/change mailbox_size_limit and increase default value of 51200000. Don't forget to restart postfix after you make change.


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You should just need to add this line to your main.cf queue_directory = /var/spool/postfix and then restart postfix. Conversely, it might be worth attempting to put the entire path to the private/auth file, if the first method does not work.


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Just use a telnet session to test email delivery. As an example, # telnet host.domain 25 Trying host.domain... Connected to host.domain. Escape character is '^]'. 220 ESMTP HELO example.com 250 MAIL FROM:user@example.com 250 ok RCPT TO:user2@example.com 250 ok DATA To: user2@example.com From: user@example.com Subject: test message Test message body. . ...



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