298981Re: Reject client from domains without MX records
- Mar 27, 2014PLEASE LEARN TO USE YOUR MAIL-CLIENT AND HOW TO QUOTE
* do not top post
* do not post HTML
* do not reply only to your own questions while you refer to answers
* if you continue that way of posting i just ignore you
this is a completly unreadable thread in the meanwhile
that below is hardly a response to my last message
back to topic:
* why would you like to spoof root?
* mails of cronjobs and such things are using the sendmail binary
* the sendmail binary has *no relevance* to SMTP restrictions because it is not SMTP
Am 27.03.2014 20:04, schrieb Pau Peris:
> i understand now the mistake. I'm reviewing the whole restrictions lot to fix permit_mynetworks where it is needed.
> I'm looking at Postfix site - http://postfix.org/postconf.5.html - for a way to create exceptions as i would like
> some users like root to be able to spoof their from address but i'm not able to find the right directive. Would you
> dare pointing me to the right one?
> Thank you so much. I rally appreciate your help
> On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 7:53 PM, Pau Peris <pau@... <mailto:pau@...>> wrote:
> i didn't configure mynetworks because i mynetworks_style is set to host. I thought it was right thing to do to
> fit my needs which obviously looks like not. Could you please exaplain me why is it wrong? I think i'm not
> fully understanding why permit_mynetworks is wrong there.
> Robert, i'm using Roundcube already configured to connect to smtp and not as sendmail. Thanks for your tip.
> Thanks again,
> On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 7:32 PM, Robert Schetterer <rs@... <mailto:rs@...>> wrote:
> Am 27.03.2014 18 <tel:27.03.2014%2018>:52, schrieb Pau Peris:
> > If i try to spoof email/sender address through Mozilla Thunderbird i get
> > the same error message as the one when relaying <user@... <mailto:user@...>
> > <mailto:user@... <mailto:user@...>>>: Sender address rejected: not owned by user
> > user2@... <mailto:user2@...> <mailto:user2@... <mailto:user2@...>>; So it
> looks like the issue
> > only exists when working locally like through the webmail solution.
> configure your webmail to use smtp not sendmail binary ( as default in
> most webmail )
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