Rewrite the sender address
I need to rewrite an specific sender addresss account@... to
account@domain (fictisious domain in this example)
but after configure the rewrite rules, I still get errors that
server1.domain doen't exist, I want to put the rewrite before any check in
my postfix configuration.
Into the main.cf file I declared
sender_canonical_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/sender_canonical
I created the file
with postmap I created the file
postfix check (no errors reported)
I followed the advices of this tutorial
http://jimsun.linxnet.com/misc/postfix-anti-UCE.txt and using debian as OS
Thanks in advance for help figure out where is my mistake.
Linux user 300141
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- enediel gonzalez wrote:
> Helloyou can't. you should
> I need to rewrite an specific sender addresss account@...
> to account@domain (fictisious domain in this example)
> but after configure the rewrite rules, I still get errors that
> server1.domain doen't exist, I want to put the rewrite before any
> check in my postfix configuration.
- move reject_unknown_sender_domain to after reject_unauth_destination
- remove reject_unknown_recipient_domain
if you really insist on using those, then exclude the domain
server1.example from the checks. too much work I believe.