276919Re: barracuda and relayhost
- May 1, 2011On 5/1/2011 10:47 AM, James wrote:
> On 04/30/11 18:04, Noel Jones wrote:That was unclear from your original description.
>> On 4/30/2011 4:19 PM, James wrote:
>>> My client is ISP1.
>>> I submit mail to the postfix server for my domain (server running on
>>> I use relayhost=smtp.ISP2 on the server for my domain.
> The recipient is on ISP3 which uses a barracuda.
>>>Barracuda has the ability to parse Received: headers and
>>>> <<< 554 Service unavailable; Client host [smtp.ISP2] blocked using
>>>> Barracuda Reputation;
>>>> 554 5.0.0 Service unavailable
>>> Is there a way to make relayhost work in this case?
>> Contact the postmaster in charge of ISP2 to whitelist you.
>> -- Noel Jones
> Why does the barracuda think the "Client host" is ISP2.smtp but it
> blocks the IP of my server?
> Shouldn't relayhost make the barracuda see the "Client host" AND IP as
reject mail based on previous hops. Some barracuda owners
unwisely enable this feature.
The offending header is added by your relayhost. If you also
control the relayhost, you can add postfix header_checks rules
to mangle or remove the offending header. See a discussion
from a couple days ago about this same issue.
If you do not control the relayhost, you'll need to contact
the recipient domain postmaster via an alternate channel and
try to convince them to whitelist your domain or (better) turn
off the "deep inspection" feature of the barracuda. It's
likely they are rejecting a significant amount of legit mail
with this setting, with little impact on overall spam.
-- Noel Jones
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