- Thanks Victor> Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2013 19:43:06 +0000
> From: postfix-users@...
> To: postfix-users@...
> Subject: Re: always_bcc
> On Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 02:42:23PM -0400, Jumping Mouse wrote:
> > I have set up always_bcc = journal@... for an email
> > archiving account.
> > How can bypass always_bcc for certain senders?
> > For example I do not want to always_bcc any email that comes from
> > audit1@... and or audit2@...
> Now all your users know that to avoid archiving they should just
> send email from those addresses. (With NOTIFY=NEVER so as not to
> be caught out by bounces if possible). :-)
> More seriously, don't exempt senders, exempt messaging flows between
> specific servers that carry traffic that is not subject to archiving.The traffic comes from the same server as the other emails come from, so I think that will not work.
- Wietse,What do you mean by: "(I warned you that it is VERY rudimentary. There is no "DUNNO"
special result value that forces a lookup failure)."
What does this look like in a real world scenario? What are the potential drawbacks?
- Jumping Mouse:
> Wietse,I described a solution with configuration file examples. It does
> What do you mean by: "(I warned you that it is VERY rudimentary.
> There is no "DUNNO"special result value that forces a lookup
> failure)." What does this look like in a real world scenario?
> What are the potential drawbacks?
what it does: exclude two sender addresses with a nested if/endif
In an ideal world, this solution would be nicer. You would specify
three rules: one rule for each excluded sender address, and one
wild-card rule for everyone else. But the word is not ideal, and
therefore I will not decribe the nicer solution in detail.