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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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comment Reject incoming emails that use your own domain as sender
Please have a look at my note regarding SPF/DKIM in the question.
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comment Reject incoming emails that use your own domain as sender
Please have a look at my note regarding SPF/DKIM in the question.
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comment is it possible to completely disable spamassassin using spamassassin user_prefs
Yeah. I suppose you mean to use transport_maps and have a 'non-filtering' transport with -o content_filter= or what's your idea?
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comment How to reinject scanned mail into the queue using sendmail
One more note: I couldn't find very much information in regard to "final destination" transports in postfix and this suggests a different reason why virtual_transport can't be changed using -o virtual_transport=... Can you elaborate on this a bit more?
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comment How to reinject scanned mail into the queue using sendmail
Perfect! That's exactly what I wanted to achieve.
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comment How to reinject scanned mail into the queue using sendmail
Ah, right. Shouldn't content_filter via ACCESS table and FILTER action work even without another complete list of the virtual domains using the following setup: smtpd_recipient_restrictions = permit_mynetworks, permit_sasl_authenticated, reject_unauth_destination, check_sender_access regexp:$config_directory/apply_content_filter, permit and a apply_content_filter with content /.*/ FILTER spamassassin:dummy? Or are there any caveats/downsides to this?
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answered Postfix - Pipe multiple recipient message as a single message
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comment How to reinject scanned mail into the queue using sendmail
Hi, thanks for the answer! I got a question about the simple filter setup: How does this not end in a loop without content_filter= in the pickup transport?
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