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Re: Immediate reject without calling policy service

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  • elaconta.com Webmaster
    ... Jesus, that was a fast reply :-) Just added reject_unlisted_recipient as you said and tested it, it s working 100%, thanks! ... Elaconta.com Webmaster
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 2, 2006
      Ralf Hildebrandt wrote:
      > * elaconta.com Webmaster <webmaster@...>:
      >
      >> Hi
      >>
      >> I've recently deployed MARBL (http://www.orangegroove.net/code/marbl/)
      >> to perform selective greylisting under Postfix as a policy server, and
      >> it absolutely rocks, giving us all the benefits of greylisting with no
      >> delay for most legitimate senders and about zero false positives.
      >> Now i have my Postfix configuration down cold, i'm into maximum
      >> optimization.
      >> When an email is sent to a non-existent email address in a domain, the
      >> marbl daemon seems to be queried before rejection. Is there any way for
      >> me to rearrange my restrictions so that email to nonexistent addresses
      >> will be rejected outright without having to go through MARBL and
      >> therefore avoiding costly DNS lookups?
      >>
      >
      > You need to use
      > reject_unlisted_recipient before the policy server and after
      > reject_unauth_destination
      >
      >
      Jesus, that was a fast reply :-)
      Just added reject_unlisted_recipient as you said and tested it, it's
      working 100%, thanks!

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