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comment Should a puppet server be local to the network or available to all networks?
So, you are doing HTTPS over a VPN connection, using SSL certificates to verify host and client? It seems like one level too many of safety nets.
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comment Forcing the from address when postfix relays over smtp
This may end up being part of my end solution. I could reject all but the one sender address on the front end, and notify the postmaster of any front end rejections, to let me know when a service isn't configured correctly yet. I'm looking at smtp_generic_maps, to see if I can use them to modify all local accounts to the One True From Address. But, I need to re-read the postfix docs to understand how it determines local accounts - AWS DNS isn't matching my intuition.