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Re: check_recipient_access not working

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  • Brian Evans
    ... You have not provided any logs of a mail transaction. We could only guess without it. How is this mail being sent? Is it net based or through the
    Message 1 of 9 , Apr 11, 2013
      On 4/11/2013 10:49 AM, pifoot wrote:
      > Many thanks for your reply.
      >
      > Apologies. The command DOES return OK for the whitelisted e-mail address. It
      > returns nothing at all for an e-mail address not in the whitelist. However,
      > e-mail addresses not in the hash file are still sent and not rejected.
      >
      You have not provided any logs of a mail transaction.
      We could only guess without it.

      How is this mail being sent? Is it net based or through the sendmail(1)
      command?

      Brian
    • Stephen West
      Thank you for your reply. The messages are sent from /usr/sbin/sendmail The log contains: Apr 11 16:50:26 hilljaa5 postfix/qmgr[2563]: 0B60181F0: from=
      Message 2 of 9 , Apr 11, 2013
        Thank you for your reply.

        The messages are sent from /usr/sbin/sendmail

        The log contains:

        Apr 11 16:50:26 hilljaa5 postfix/qmgr[2563]: 0B60181F0: from=<host@...>, size=310, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
        Apr 11 16:50:26 hilljaa5 postfix/smtp[2569]: 0B60181F0: to=<test@...>, relay=test.test2.com[31.222.146.154]:25, delay=2.7, delays=2.1/0/0.62/0.01, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (250 2.0.0 Ok: queued as 34DC9FD82B6)
        Apr 11 16:50:26 hilljaa5 postfix/qmgr[2563]: 0B60181F0: removed

        Thanks,

        Stephen



        On 11 April 2013 15:54, Brian Evans <grknight@...> wrote:
        On 4/11/2013 10:49 AM, pifoot wrote:
        Many thanks for your reply.

        Apologies. The command DOES return OK for the whitelisted e-mail address. It
        returns nothing at all for an e-mail address not in the whitelist. However,
        e-mail addresses not in the hash file are still sent and not rejected.

        You have not provided any logs of a mail transaction.
        We could only guess without it.

        How is this mail being sent? Is it net based or through the sendmail(1) command?

        Brian

      • Brian Evans
        ... Any mail sent through the sendmail(1) command is not subject to smtpd_* rules. The only option on restriction is which users can send mail through the
        Message 3 of 9 , Apr 11, 2013
          On 4/11/2013 11:52 AM, Stephen West wrote:
          Thank you for your reply.

          The messages are sent from /usr/sbin/sendmail

          Any mail sent through the sendmail(1) command is not subject to smtpd_* rules.

          The only option on restriction is which users can send mail through the authorized_submit_users parameter.

          Brian


          The log contains:

          Apr 11 16:50:26 hilljaa5 postfix/qmgr[2563]: 0B60181F0: from=<host@...>, size=310, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
          Apr 11 16:50:26 hilljaa5 postfix/smtp[2569]: 0B60181F0: to=<test@...>, relay=test.test2.com[31.222.146.154]:25, delay=2.7, delays=2.1/0/0.62/0.01, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (250 2.0.0 Ok: queued as 34DC9FD82B6)
          Apr 11 16:50:26 hilljaa5 postfix/qmgr[2563]: 0B60181F0: removed

          Thanks,

          Stephen



          On 11 April 2013 15:54, Brian Evans <grknight@...> wrote:
          On 4/11/2013 10:49 AM, pifoot wrote:
          Many thanks for your reply.

          Apologies. The command DOES return OK for the whitelisted e-mail address. It
          returns nothing at all for an e-mail address not in the whitelist. However,
          e-mail addresses not in the hash file are still sent and not rejected.

          You have not provided any logs of a mail transaction.
          We could only guess without it.

          How is this mail being sent? Is it net based or through the sendmail(1) command?

          Brian


        • pifoot
          Ah. I see. Thank you very much for that. On 11 April 2013 17:05, Brian Evans - Postfix List [via Postfix]
          Message 4 of 9 , Apr 11, 2013
            Ah. I see. Thank you very much for that.


            On 11 April 2013 17:05, Brian Evans - Postfix List [via Postfix] <
            ml-node+s1071664n56963h57@...> wrote:

            > On 4/11/2013 11:52 AM, Stephen West wrote:
            >
            > Thank you for your reply.
            >
            > The messages are sent from /usr/sbin/sendmail
            >
            >
            > Any mail sent through the sendmail(1) command is not subject to smtpd_*
            > rules.
            >
            > The only option on restriction is which users can send mail through the
            > authorized_submit_users parameter.
            >
            > Brian
            >
            >
            > The log contains:
            >
            > Apr 11 16:50:26 hilljaa5 postfix/qmgr[2563]: 0B60181F0: from=<[hidden
            > email] <http://user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=56963&i=0>>, size=310,
            > nrcpt=1 (queue active)
            > Apr 11 16:50:26 hilljaa5 postfix/smtp[2569]: 0B60181F0: to=<[hidden email]<http://user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=56963&i=1>>,
            > relay=test.test2.com[31.222.146.154]:25, delay=2.7,
            > delays=2.1/0/0.62/0.01, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (250 2.0.0 Ok: queued as
            > 34DC9FD82B6)
            > Apr 11 16:50:26 hilljaa5 postfix/qmgr[2563]: 0B60181F0: removed
            >
            > Thanks,
            >
            > Stephen
            >
            >
            >
            > On 11 April 2013 15:54, Brian Evans <[hidden email]<http://user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=56963&i=2>
            > > wrote:
            >
            >> On 4/11/2013 10:49 AM, pifoot wrote:
            >>
            >>> Many thanks for your reply.
            >>>
            >>> Apologies. The command DOES return OK for the whitelisted e-mail
            >>> address. It
            >>> returns nothing at all for an e-mail address not in the whitelist.
            >>> However,
            >>> e-mail addresses not in the hash file are still sent and not rejected.
            >>>
            >>> You have not provided any logs of a mail transaction.
            >> We could only guess without it.
            >>
            >> How is this mail being sent? Is it net based or through the sendmail(1)
            >> command?
            >>
            >> Brian
            >>
            >
            >
            >
            >
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