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Re: misunderstanding of some connections

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  • Bill Weiss
    ... m isn t the same as m . You don t need to start your regexes with a backslash unless there s a character you want to escape (e.g. . ). -- Bill Weiss
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 1, 2010
      fakessh(fakessh@...)@Wed, Sep 01, 2010 at 02:19:46AM +0200:
      > hi all
      > hi folks
      > hi wieste : the saincristain of postfix
      > hi all the postfix network
      >
      > I consult regularly logs postfix
      > I consult regularly logs postfix, and he appears regularly attempts
      > to connect mx3.mail2000.com.tw
      > and that is that I do not understand how it happens
      > I have the following rules in my postfix config
      >
      > smtpd_recipient_restrictions
      > check_client_access regexp:/etc/postfix/blacklist_clients
      > ~]# cat /etc/postfix/blacklist_clients
      > /\.dynamic\.hinet\.net$/ REJECT UCE black-listed.
      > /\.seed\.hinet\.net$/ REJECT UCE black-listed.
      > /\.br\.hinet\.net$/ REJECT UCE black-listed.
      > /\.ms1\.hinet\.net$/ REJECT UCE black-listed.
      > /\mx3\.mail2000\.com\.tw$/ REJECT
      > /\mx2\.mail2000\.com\.tw$/ REJECT
      > /\mx2\.mail\.tw\.yahoo\.com$/ REJECT
      > /\mx1\.mail\.tw\.yahoo\.com$/ REJECT
      > /\.HINET-IP\.hinet\.net$/ REJECT UCE black-listed.
      >
      > this may be a confusion between elementary smtpd_client_restrictions
      > vs smtpd_recipient_restrictions

      "\m" isn't the same as "m". You don't need to start your regexes with a
      backslash unless there's a character you want to escape (e.g. ".").

      --
      Bill Weiss
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