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comment ansible print debug msg variable
Thanks! This works.
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comment ansible print debug msg variable
ok: [127.0.0.1] => { "var": { "mosh_version.stdout_lines": [ "mosh 1.2.4a [build mosh-1.2.4-57-g9eeb2fb]" ] } } this works, I'd really prefer the custom message though ;-)
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comment ansible print debug msg variable
There are no more syntax errors, but it doesn't work either: TASK: [ Print mosh version] ************************************** ok: [127.0.0.1] => { "msg": "Mosh" }
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comment ansible command with_items
Can you explain the difference between command: "{{ item.command }} creates={{ item.file}}" and command: "{{ item.command }}" creates="{{ item.file}}"?
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comment Reject incoming emails that use your own domain as sender
@masegaloeh Ahh, I see now. You are quite an postfix expert :-) Do you have any idea how much this check would cost (IO-wise) in comparison to the other two methods in my answer?
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comment Reject incoming emails that use your own domain as sender
@masegaloeh Yeah but then legitimate senders couldn't use their domains either, because they are not listed in my virtual domains/destinations? :D
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comment Reject incoming emails that use your own domain as sender
@masegaloeh It rejects all unkown sender addresses? How would that help?
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comment Reject incoming emails that use your own domain as sender
@masegaloeh Can you explain? man postconf wasn't really clear on what reject_unlisted_sender does, it seemed to me that it does reject ALL unknown senders? (postfix.org/postconf.5.html#reject_unlisted_sender) Maybe it's a better way to do it than what I did.
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comment Reject incoming emails that use your own domain as sender
@Dan look at the second method I listed, it is very similar to what you suggested.
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answered Reject incoming emails that use your own domain as sender