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Re: redundant calls for relaying...

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  • Tom Allison
    ... Seems that is the best answer, to basically go incognito...
    Message 1 of 15 , Dec 31, 2006
      Magnus B├Ąck wrote:

      > Remove the MX entry for your final destination server and configure it
      > to only allow connections from your primary MX. You can do this by
      > firewalling the connections or using Postfix features to reject all
      > messages coming from other clients. The rejection should of course be
      > permanent since noone except your primary MX should be connecting to
      > that server. Don't use check_helo_access since HELO names can be
      > spoofed. Use check_client_access or mynetworks/permit_mynetworks.
      >
      > # Address of primary MX
      > mynetworks = 1.2.3.4/32
      > smtpd_client_restrictions = permit_mynetworks, reject
      >
      > This example obviously assumes that no other clients need to relay
      > through or send to your final destination server.
      >

      Seems that is the best answer, to basically go incognito...
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