Re: Incoming mail address rejected

From: Zoltan Gyula Beck (no email)
Date: Tue May 24 2005 - 05:59:20 EDT

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    > My questions are:
    > 1. in master file the options without any argumat what effect have?
    > For example -o virtual_alias_maps= what means?

    The value for virtual_alias_maps is set to "", meaning it's not set.

    So then in master.cf why it is needed to add this -o lines? I tried
    without this options and then my postfix doesn't worked.

    > 2. when I try to send mail from an other server I got the followin
    > error in log: Sender address rejected: Access denied; ...?

    Exact error message please.

    May 24 11:54:31 beckzg postfix/smtpd[2606]: connect from
    midnight.hu[195.56.172.132]
    May 24 11:54:31 beckzg postfix/smtpd[2606]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from
    midnight.hu[195.56.172.132]: 554 <>: Sender address
    rejected: Access denied; from=<>
    to=<> proto=ESMTP helo=<midnight.midnight.hu>
    May 24 11:54:31 beckzg postfix/smtpd[2606]: disconnect from
    midnight.hu[195.56.172.132]

    > 3. what restriction's are good to local users like system users to be
    > able to send mail, for example the cron jobs?

    smtpd_*_Restrictions don't apply here.

    > 4. how can I do virtual users to require authentication to send mail
    > even if they are loged into this server?

    Define "logged into"

    In logged in I mean the user have login to the mashine eith ssh for
    example and using pine or mail, mailx command line mail tools.

    Zoltan


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