292424Re: Enabling Postscreen'
- Apr 7, 2013In our previous episode (Sunday, 07-Apr-2013), Wietse Venema said:
> LuKreme:Ah, yes, I hand't thought of that.
>> In our previous episode (Saturday, 06-Apr-2013), Wietse Venema said:
>>>> I've just updated my postfix install to 2.8 patch 14 (from 2.7)
>>>> and am looking into enabling postscreen. I've read the
>>>> http://www.postfix.org/POSTSCREEN_README.html document, and it
>>>> looks like I should replace my old rbi checks with the new
>>>> postscreen_dnsbl_sites value, but what about some of the other
>>> I suggest you don't change your existing spamblocking features.
>> Really? What is the advantage of polling the RBL at spamhaus again?
> You're not polling it again. The information is cached in the DNS
> server. And in the case that the DNSBL lookup result came too late
> for postscreen, it may still arrive in time for smtpd(8).
>> And aren't reject_unknown_reverse_client_hostname andI honestly did, and I thought those in particular where ones that would be redundant. I will leave it as it is, thanks.
>> reject_unlisted_sender redundant in smtpd_recipient_restrictions?
> Please RTFM. postscreen doe snot implement every smtpd feature.
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