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answered Postfix mailq - send every x minutes
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comment Link to a specific inode
This doesn't work for me. Given that '3' is a dangling symlink, not a "real" file descriptor, it always just creates an empty file.
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accepted Managing the puppet filebucket?
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comment Postfix — mail forwarding loop
Looks to me like it's the content filter feeding the message back into istelf, and the double-bounce or 'too many hops' message generating that warning.
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answered Postfix — mail forwarding loop
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comment Stop postfix logging “discarding EHLO keywords: 8BITMIME”
It doesn't hurt to leave it as is, and it's one less thing to remember/troubleshoot if you add features that need 7-bit clean content later, so I'd be inclined to leave it. And as Devdas said, include the pseudo-keyword "silent-discard" in your smtp_discard_ehlo_keywords if you want to suppress logging.
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asked Managing the puppet filebucket?
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answered Stop postfix logging “discarding EHLO keywords: 8BITMIME”
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comment postfix - how do you redirect all emails to one user, eg *@example.com → user@example.com
Postfix doesn't make it difficult at all. Virtual aliases are the standard way to do catchalls in Postfix and they're very easy. That said, on anything but a toy mail server for your own personal domain, catchalls are a very bad idea.
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comment Mailservers responding 220 ********************
Cisco PIX SMTP fixup makes SMTP less useful by effectively disabling ESMTP. Or it did when I last looked. It's almost never necessary or useful in front of a Real MTA.
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answered Is there a postfix utility that will, given an email address input, output the address's destination?
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answered Removing malicious scripts
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comment Postfix performance
There shouldn't be any reason to try and reduce the amount of logging, as long as you have syslog logging asynchronously and (preferably) have the logs and spool on different spindles. Do make sure you're not doing any verbose logging for normal operation, though.