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Oct
29
accepted Postfix acts as sender for unathenticated connections on port 25 for $relay_domains
Oct
16
comment Postfix acts as sender for unathenticated connections on port 25 for $relay_domains
Thanks a lot for your time. :-)
Oct
16
comment Postfix acts as sender for unathenticated connections on port 25 for $relay_domains
I try to explain myself better with an example. If I set up my Thunderbird to use my email server as SMTP with no auth and port 25, I can send email to a known address belonging to my email server. Is this expected behavior?
Oct
16
asked Postfix acts as sender for unathenticated connections on port 25 for $relay_domains
Jan
21
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
14
comment postfix pcre conditional REPLACE
So it seems header_checks is no good to my needs, isn't it? Can you suggest a way to have a conditional replace among header fields (matching a different header line)? Thanks in advance for any help you will offer.
Apr
12
asked postfix pcre conditional REPLACE
Mar
22
awarded  Popular Question
May
7
comment cron jobs with the same execution time
Ok then, since I need to be sure my scripts will run one after another, I think I'll go for a "master script" triggered by a cron job, and call any scripts from within the main script.
May
7
comment cron jobs with the same execution time
man cron states nothing about that (at least in Debian).
May
3
comment cron jobs with the same execution time
What if the schedule is set like this: ---- 0 * * * * root sh /var/opt/backup_scripts/backup1 - 0 * * * * root sh /var/opt/backup_scripts/backup2 ---- Will they run sequentially, i.e. backup1 and, when finished, backup2?
May
3
comment cron jobs with the same execution time
What if I have several cron jobs within the same file, set to run at the same time?
May
3
asked cron jobs with the same execution time
May
12
accepted Mailman cannot relay e-mails to non-local domains
May
11
comment Mailman cannot relay e-mails to non-local domains
Great! :) But why is lists.my-domain.com inside /etc/postfix/access necessary? Second: reject_unauth_destination and permit_auth_destination are both listed... seems redundant to me, don't you think so?
May
11
comment Mailman cannot relay e-mails to non-local domains
I added permit_mynetworks,reject_unauth_destination at the bottom of smtpd_recipient_restrictions, before reject_rbl_client cbl.abuseat.org. I also added lists.my-domain.it to /etc/postfix/access. Now it seems to work! Did I follow your suggestions correctly?
May
11
asked Mailman cannot relay e-mails to non-local domains
Mar
5
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Feb
21
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Feb
21
accepted Automatic file revision on upload