Attempting to send a message through
Postfix on a jailed instance of
FreeBSD-11 results in the following error when
amavisd is configured:
/usr/local/sbin/amavisd: (!)DENIED ACCESS from IP 127.0.32.1, policy bank ''
The lo interface for the jail is cloned to
127.0.32.1. The only place where this address is explicitly used in any of the related configuration files is in
postfix/main.cf for the inet_interfaces assignment (
postfix listening address assignments cannot be redirected by the jail software). All other places, including
/etc/hosts, refer solely to
Does anyone have this combination (
amavisd) running successfully in a
FreeBSD jail? How is it done?
If not then what alternatives are there to obtain the same benefits provided by
amavisd if this combination cannot be made to work in a