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bio website DavidEGrayson.com
location Las Vegas, NV
age 27
visits member for 2 years, 5 months
seen Mar 23 at 19:18

I know C#, C, Ruby on Rails. I can find my way around Javascript, C++, and Visual Basic. I wrote a lot of code in PHP many years ago.

I work as an engineer for Pololu Robotics & Electronics.


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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Send mail from Docker container with host's Postfix
Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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revised Email forwarding from my domain to gmail - FAIL
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Nov
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answered Email forwarding from my domain to gmail - FAIL
Nov
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comment Email forwarding from my domain to gmail - FAIL
I just saw the "unusual rate of unsolicited mail" message today, but it looks like Google changed the code for it to 421-4.7.0. I hope this helps someone Googling about the problem.
Nov
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comment Send mail from Docker container with host's Postfix
If it's sending the email to Postfix via SMTP, I don't think Postfix will clean up the email. Maybe if you had an MTA that was more configurable (or we figured out how to configure Postfix better) it would work.
Nov
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Oct
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comment SpamAssassin - ready to give up - extremely unreliable, marking spam as ham
You can look in /var/log/mail.log to see some messages from spamassassin which include information about what user it is running as.
Sep
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revised Send mail from Docker container with host's Postfix
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Sep
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comment Send mail from Docker container with host's Postfix
But I would also have to add stuff like Message-Id which I don't know very much about and I would probably get it wrong... it seems easier to let the cleanup daemon take care of that.
Sep
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comment Send mail from Docker container with host's Postfix
That was enlightening; thank you. Unfortunately, I still don't see any solution better than my current solution (described in my answer).
Sep
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answered Send mail from Docker container with host's Postfix
Sep
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comment Send mail from Docker container with host's Postfix
The email I was trying to send just had a To header, Subject header, and a one-line body. I'm not sure how to tell what headers it had after Postfix ran it through the milters, do you know how? Here is the output in /var/log/syslog showing how it was processed by Postfix and refused by Gmail: gist.github.com/DavidEGrayson/fbf65c8290c049a1f262
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Sep
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revised Send mail from Docker container with host's Postfix
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