Re: Mail from relay host being routed internally
- --On September 29, 2012 3:26:14 PM -0500 Noel Jones
> On 9/29/2012 3:02 PM, The Stovebolt Geek wrote:You were correct, of course. I knew all along the problem was with the
>> At least it used to be. Now, no matter who the recipient is, mail
>> sent from www.stovebolt.com to mail.stovebolt.com is delivered to my
>> account (geek@...). This is true even from the
>> commandline doing a manual session.
>> Sep 29 14:57:56 mail postfix/local: 8F5DC2F15EF:
>> to=<geek@...>, orig_to=<geek>, relay=local, delay=0.06,
> This message was routed to "geek" by the filter.
>> Here's filter.sh
>> $SENDMAIL geek < out.$$
> Hmm, looks suspicious.
> Looks to me your filter is sending all mail to geek. You'll need to
> diagnose your filter more to find out why its not behaving as intended.
filter account. Just couldn't figure out where. After reading your
response I commented out the portion of the script that sent mail to geek.
The result was a bunch of permissions errors for the spamassassin
directory. I had forgotten to chown that to filter.
That fixed the problem. Thanks. You pointed me in the right direction.
Paul Schmehl (geek@...)
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