Inverse access restrictions?

From: Lloyd Zusman (no email)
Date: Tue Apr 10 2007 - 19:59:55 EDT

  • Next message: Ben Timby: "Re: transport_maps and auto reply daemon"

    I'm using postfix 2.3.7.

    I know how to use smtpd_restriction_classes to cause a policy service
    to only be run for a small group of recipients. However, I'm trying
    to perform the inverse operation, but I can't figure out how to do it.

    Specifically, I want to run a greylisting policy service for most email
    that arrives at my server. However, for a specific recipient, I want to
    bypass the greylisting service completely.

    In the following example, assume that I want to not
    have any mail sent to him to be greylisted, but everyone else (dozens of
    users) should indeed have their incoming emails processed through the
    greylisting service. I'm stuck at what to put into the "greylist-control"
    file:

    in main.cf
    ==========
    smtpd_restriction_classes = greylist_policy
    greylist_policy = check_policy_service unix:private/mygreylister
    smtpd_recipient_restrictions =
      ...
      check_recipient_access hash:/etc/postfix/greylist-control

    in greylist-control
    ===================
     ???WHAT-TO-DO???
    ???EVERYONE-ELSE??? greylist_policy

    I'm thinking that I must be missing something obvious here.

    Thanks in advance for any pointers to docs that you might be able to
    suggest.

    -- 
     Lloyd Zusman
     
     God bless you.
    

  • Next message: Ben Timby: "Re: transport_maps and auto reply daemon"





    Hosted Email Solutions

    Invaluement Anti-Spam DNSBLs



    Powered By FreeBSD   Powered By FreeBSD