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Re: Aliases on local submissions only

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  • Jeroen Geilman
    ... God no, why would you do that ? man postconf, postconf -e option = value ... If both behave as documented, that would give you the desired result, yes.
    Message 1 of 7 , Jan 3, 2012
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      On 2012-01-03 04:33, Philip Prindeville wrote:
      > On 1/2/12 7:08 AM, Jeroen Geilman wrote:
      >> On 01/02/2012 02:00 AM, Philip Prindeville wrote:
      >>> I have a 'border' postfix MTA that doesn't host any mailboxes, indeed it doesn't even know what the valid usernames are for the domain.
      >>>
      >>> It merely serves to check messages for viruses, and block DoS attacks.
      >>>
      >>> As such, I need it to perform aliasing *only* on messages generated locally by system services, such as 'cron'.
      >>>
      >>> How do I configure that? I.e. that if a message is submitted locally by a service such as 'cron' or 'logwatch', it should be aliased to an internal mailbox name on an Intranet server...
      >>>
      >>> Thanks,
      >>>
      >>> -Philip
      >> There are several approaches.
      >>
      >> Local processes use sendmail(1) to submit mail.
      >> This is partly outside the normal flow of SMTP mail, as diagrammed here:
      >> http://www.postfix.org/OVERVIEW.html#receiving
      >>
      >> The pickup(8) service allows you to specify a content_filter, which you
      >> could use to inject this mail into a separate smtpd(8) listener with
      >> different restrictions than the main port 25 listener, one of those
      >> being to allow aliasing to external recipients.
      >>
      >> You could also set receive_override_options on the pickup(8) service
      >> directly, and disable them on the normal smtpd(8) listener.
      >>
      >> http://www.postfix.org/pickup.8.html
      >> http://www.postfix.org/postconf.5.html#content_filter
      >> http://www.postfix.org/FILTER_README.html
      >> http://www.postfix.org/postconf.5.html#receive_override_options
      >>
      > So I can have:
      >
      > echo "receive_override_options = no_address_mappings">> /etc/postfix/main.cf

      God no, why would you do that ?

      man postconf, postconf -e "option = value"

      >
      > but then in master.cf have:
      >
      > pickup ...
      > -o receive_override_options=
      >
      > is that correct?

      If both behave as documented, that would give you the desired result, yes.


      --
      J.
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