From: Dima Veselov (no email)
Date: Sat Apr 28 2007 - 05:41:10 EDT
On Sun, Apr 22, 2007 at 08:42:45PM +0200, Patrick Ben Koetter wrote:
Thanks for that glance solution, but my problem is about organizations I don't know. I mean we have two boxes for each user and we purge one's spam-box often, but if needed he can check it. Maybe postfix can forward all junk mail to some other postfix instance?
> * Dima Veselov <>:
> > Hi!
> > I'm wondering if it is possible to put all mail, usually rejected by client,
> > helo and sender restrictions to some other user's box. For example
> > /var/mail/user for regular mail and /var/mail/user.spam for mail, breaking
> > some standards.
> > This is all because I met some scientific organizations, which are present
> > in RBL lists, haven't back-DNS or something else. People like to send mail
> > to us, however their admins don't like to change things fast or even ever.
> > Usually they only say: "Others receive our mails ok" (along with spam of
> > course).
> The usual way is to create an exception list and place it into the
> smtpd_mumble_restrictions listing before (!) the other rules are applied that
> will reject the messages.
> In the exception list you would list the sending domains like this:
> # exception-list
> scientific-organizations.com OK
> smtpd_mumble_restrictions =
> check_sender_access hash:/etc/postfix/exception-list
> p at rick
> > --
> > Sincerelly yours
> The Book of Postfix
> saslfinger (debugging SMTP AUTH):
-- Sincerelly yours