Re: mails always get recognized as spam
- sp4rc wrote:
> The addresses are correctly set within my MUA config. Maybe I wasntyou are confused. the sender address you set has nothing to do with the
> exactly enough in describing this problem. The problem with the empty
> MAIL FROM error origins from the sasl login procedure. Postfix chooses
> the wrong username. If I send a mail from mySecondAdress@... it uses
> the credentials from sammyshome@...
> /etc/postfix/saslpassyou cannot have the same key more than once.
> [smtp.gmx.net] mySecondAdress@...:somepass
> [smtp.gmx.net] sammyshome@...:mypass
> # postmap /etc/postfix/saslpassagain. duplicate key.
> postmap: warning: /etc/postfix/saslpass.db: duplicate entry:
> # cat /etc/postfix/canonical
> myUser@localhost mySecondAdress@...
> myUser@localhost sammyshome@...
> # postmap /etc/postfix/canonicalpostfix is not a MUA, so it will not use different login personalities.
> postmap: warning: /etc/postfix/canonical.db: duplicate entry:
here, you need multiple instances and sender dependent relay hosts. an
instance of postfix should get mail when sender is mysecondaddress@ and
have its own sasl password map.