Re: Whitlisting ?
- At 05:13 PM 6/29/2006, Joey wrote:
>I have a person whos sends email to us, but we are[plain text only, please]
>rejecting them ( log entry here )
>Jun 22 11:29:29 saturn postfix/smtpd: warning:
>220.127.116.11: hostname osmtp2.dadeschools.net
>verification failed: Name or service not known
>Jun 22 11:29:29 saturn postfix/policy-spf: : SPF
>none: smtp_comment=SPF: domain of sender
>not designate mailers, header_comment=saturn.server.net:
>not designate permitted sender hosts
>Jun 22 11:29:29 saturn postfix/smtpd: NOQUEUE:
>reject: RCPT from unknown[18.104.22.168]: 554
>Sender address rejected: Access denied;
>I thought if I used client_access file which contains
>it would allow the mail to go through.
>Is this a good / correct way to whitelist?
>Also what can I do to allow this to go through?
It's not completely clear from your main.cf snippits
("postconf -n" output is strongly preferred) what is
rejecting this mail, I suspect it's the
"check_sender_access hash:/etc/postfix/freemail_access" in
which case the simplest solution may be to remove
"dadeschools.net" from your freemail_access table.
Note that in the log entry, the client name is "unknown" -
only the sender domain is "dadeschools.net".
To whitelist the client, use a check_client_access table
with the IP of the client. This table must appear before
the rule that is causing the rejection.
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