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Oct
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comment Postfix mailserver only allows sending from ONE email(support@domain.tdl), and only THAT email for THAT domain, but receiving from outside is fine
Can you post your real config files (/etc/postfix/main.cf and master.cf). Or the output of postconf -pf ?
Sep
22
answered Postfix: How to block sending emails from and too valid email addresses via telnet?
Sep
14
comment How to specify target directory in Postfix with MySQL?
This seems reasonable to me.
Sep
9
answered Configure postfix for outgoing mail
Sep
9
comment Configure postfix for outgoing mail
Also, what is the intended usage of this postfix server ? Delivery to local users ? Forwarding to other hosts ?
Sep
9
comment Configure postfix for outgoing mail
What makes you think it is misconfigured ? Can you post the relevant lines from /var/log/mail.log ?
Sep
9
answered difference between lmtp:unix:private/dovecot-lmtp lmtp:unix:public/dovecot-lmtp
Sep
9
answered openDKIM breaks email forwarding
Sep
9
answered Configure Postfix to forward all email for a domain
Sep
8
comment openDKIM breaks email forwarding
Can you post your opendkim configuration ? What is running on port 8891 and 12768 ?
Sep
7
comment configure postfix to send mail only to known adresses
@AlexandreMélard Do you have any log or evidence on how those mails are generated ? Are you sure they transit to your postfix host ? If so, how are they bypassing smtpd_relay_restrictions ?
Sep
7
comment configure postfix to send mail only to known adresses
@AlexandreMélard Indeed, it checks incoming email destination adresses, such as toto@myyyrd.fr in your example. imo, it seems to be the most reasonnable way to do what you want, though you could indeed try to tweek a transport-map into rejecting email.
Sep
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answered configure postfix to send mail only to known adresses
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Jun
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comment Can't stop www. from redirecting to HTTPS://
Wait. If you type example.com in the first browser you used, it works without redirecting you to HTTPS ?
Jun
1
comment Can't stop www. from redirecting to HTTPS://
I've added an answer including how to check for HSTS. It's an header so it can be added by the php script or something, and it's not easy to find out in the config.
Jun
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answered Can't stop www. from redirecting to HTTPS://
Jun
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comment Can't stop www. from redirecting to HTTPS://
Unfortunatly, if that's the case, there is not much you can do, as it was designed to prevent the very thing you are trying to do.