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  • My proposal of using a machine that contains samba/nfs shared file is likely to create a critical node inthe architecture... I appreciate Harald's idea of using mysql server with replication clients....if I've understood well every postfix installation reads config informations from its own mysql replication server so you can modify only the master server and changes spread over...
    aa Mar 1, 2011
  • And what about using a shared disk space on a single machine that contains configuration file of every mail server. Every machine that has postfix can access these configuration files using samba or NFS...a kind of shared folder that can be contained on a postfix server machine too without using a dedicated machine.... 2011/3/1 Luis Esteves < luisdobenfica@^$1 > Hi, I'll have a...
    aa Mar 1, 2011
  • Hi, I agree with Ruberg, the problem isn't your postfix configuration but only that google considers not enough reliable your ip although it's public and static. About the RDNS, the problem isn't it because if you have a static ip address, sure you have a RDNS provided by the isp gave you that address. You can check it by using nslookup or dig query for example.... But do you have...
    aa Mar 1, 2011
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  • Hi, in particular what's your problem ? can you say something more? Do you want to rewrite the private ip address that appears after the "from" keyword of the Received header when you send a mail? 2011/3/1 Eero Volotinen < eero.volotinen@^$1 > Hi, How to rewrite outgoing from field when source address is from 192.168.10.0/24 ip address? -- Eero
    aa Mar 1, 2011
  • Ok, I didn't realize that it was the same error but expressed after the "rcpt to" beacause I stopped my experiments after the "250 OK" message of the MAIL FROM... Excuse me...and thank you very much! 2011/2/26 Jeroen Geilman < jeroen@^$1 > On 02/26/2011 09:21 PM, aa wrote: Hi all, I'm testing postfix restrictions and I would do two things: (1) I desire that when a not-authenticated...
    aa Feb 26, 2011
  • Thanks... I look for that right now... 2011/2/26 Daniel Bromberg < daniel@^$1 > On 2/26/2011 3:21 PM, aa wrote: Hi all, I'm testing postfix restrictions and I would do two things: (1) I desire that when a not-authenticated user connects to my postfix server and insert the HELO and MAIL FROM commands the mail from command gets an error like this "530 authentication required for mail...
    aa Feb 26, 2011
  • Hi all, I'm testing postfix restrictions and I would do two things: (1) I desire that when a not-authenticated user connects to my postfix server and insert the HELO and MAIL FROM commands the mail from command gets an error like this "530 authentication required for mail submission" (2) if this is done by an authenticated user he can specify in the mail from command only the...
    aa Feb 26, 2011
  • Hi, I configured my postfix server to use virtual domains..in particular I setted that all addresses that are parts of a particular domain won't be sent but they are archived in a directory on the server... For example: in main.cf there are this rows: virtual_mailbox_domains = exampledomain1.com , exampledomain2.com , exampledomain3.com virtual_mailbox_base = /var/mail/vhosts...
    aa Apr 7, 2010
  • Hi all, I don't know if dispatcher is the exact word to express this concept but I need that a postfix server doen't send the mail directly but it can pass this mail to send to one of a series of postfix series that are the actual senders of the mail..this server are parts of my network, I have just installed them... Other mail server can do this, only they need to receive the list...
    aa Mar 3, 2010
  • Hi, I'm using postfix as mail server and I'm very satisfied about how it works.... I've to implement a service that sends lists of mails including commercial offers (and no spam obviously)... the problem is that sometimes some Internet providers recognize servers that sends too much mail and can ban them... For example, I know that a particular ISP doesn't want to receive more than...
    aa Feb 23, 2010