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212214Re: header_checks or maildrop?

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  • Magnus Bäck
    Jan 1, 2007
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      On Monday, January 01, 2007 at 17:52 CET,
      Crayon <crayon.shin.chan.uk@...> wrote:

      > I'm new to postfix (having used qmail for several years). In my old
      > setup I had maildrop rules that are run on addresses which I use to
      > receive mailing lists. So for example, for an address that is used
      > solely for receiving this list, the maildrop rules would check for
      > the presence of these headers:
      > Sender: owner-postfix-users@...
      > Precedence: bulk
      > List-Post: <mailto:postfix-users@...>
      > List-Help: <http://www.postfix.org/lists.html>
      > List-Unsubscribe: <mailto:majordomo@...>
      > List-Subscribe: <mailto:majordomo@...>
      > If the check fails the mail is unlikely to have come from the list and
      > is most likely spam (or a direct reply from someone on the list -
      > which I don't want) and gets rejected.
      > What I would like to know is, can something similar be implemented
      > using postfix's header_checks?


      > My reading of the docs suggests it can't be done because postfix only
      > processes a single header at a time and makes a decision per header.

      Correct. Also, you can only place conditions on the existence of a
      particular header, not on the inexistence of a header.

      > Another thing is I would like to reject mails don't have a "Subject:"
      > header (or it is empty). Again, because of the way the header_checks
      > are done I don't think I can check for the absence of a particular
      > header?

      You can check for an empty Subject: header, but not the lack of one.

      Magnus Bäck
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