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Re: Postfix Opt Out

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  • mouss
    ... use a mailing list manager. try sympa or mailman (sympa is better for multi-list mgmt with a single registration). feel free to reinvent what the
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 6, 2011
      Le 05/07/2011 20:38, John Clark a écrit :
      > I've been tasked with catching several bounce-back conditions (no longer
      > subscriber, connection refused, host not found, email address invalid, etc)
      > and adding the offending email address from our email server's messaging
      > list to prevent poisoning our mailserver's IP per several ISPs rules.
      >
      > Messages in my deferral queue are set to be removed after 5 days and I have
      > been instructed to catch the above stated conditions after 3 days to
      > auto-opt-out.
      >
      > I have a kludgy method for doing this but I don't believe it's an ideal
      > solution. Is there anything built in to Postfix to automate this process
      > better?
      >
      > Currently I am iterating through messages from `postqueue -p` with grep and
      > awk to parse out emails that match the conditions specified and log the
      > timestamp and the offending email address. I am then looping though the
      > generated hashmap to run a SQL insert on email addresses that have been in
      > the queue for more than 3 days.
      >
      > Obviously this process isn't ideal and is prone to false-positives. Does
      > anyone have experience implementing something similar in a more intelligent
      > manor?
      >

      use a mailing list manager. try sympa or mailman (sympa is better for
      multi-list mgmt with a single registration).

      feel free to reinvent what the developpers of these solutions have
      already implemented. but then you're on you own. don't ask us to write a
      book about that.
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