From: Noel Jones (no email)
Date: Fri Sep 08 2006 - 14:33:44 EDT
At 01:24 PM 9/8/2006, Miguel wrote:
>Hi, i recently configured postfix to do ptr checking using
>reject_unknown_client, all is working flawlessly, but this
>created a "collateral" problem with some clients of my
>company that ddint inform me that they installed a new
>email server in their networks (they have 4 or 5 public
>ip's by contract), so my main incoming server is
>rejecting emails from their exchange servers, notes, etc.
>i know they should have ptr records, but i will need
>several days or weeks to talk and explain to everyone why
>we did this, in the meantime i dont want to reject their
>emails, but i still want to filter everyone else, how
>can this be done?
If you show your "postconf -n" we can show you where to
safely put the whitelist. Generally you just use a
check_client_access map and place it before the offending rule.
-- Noel Jones