Re: Action during SMTPD* checks
- On Dec 29, 2008, at 12:55 AM, KLaM Postmaster <postmaster@...>
> I have just finished reading a bunch of stuff on UCE and the "effects"A REJECT will reject the message with no further checking anywhere. An
> of the various parameters associated with the smtpd_*_restrictions,
> I am now somewhat confused as two of the authors I have been reading
> state that if a message receives an "OK" from any check then all
> checks are abandoned. This does not make any sense and I am fairly
> that they got it backward but both of them are adamant!
> This is/was my understanding, from reading the documentation and
> elsewhere.If a restriction check was successful (i.e., OK/DUNNO) then
> postfix moves on to the next check, if on the other hand the check was
> unsuccessful then the message is dropped and no further checks are
OK stops checking within that particular smtpd_mumble_restrictions and
moves onto the next one, where the message may still be rejected by
another check. AFAIK, DUNNO stops processing of a particular access
table but continues checks within the same mumble restrictions.