Postings by Matus UHLAR - fantomas

pflogsumm milter patch


I have made a small patch for counting milter rejections in pflogsumm.

I put it on <a href="" title=""></a>

pflogsumm now displays erors below when using amavisd-milter refusals.

I would strip the "from ", but first I would like to ask people who use
header and body checks to reject messages, and use pflogsumm, to confirm
whether they need the "from ", and possibly send me (personally, please)
the part output where "cleanup" rejections are shown.

without --verbose-msg-detail

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smtp_bind_address and inet_interfaces


we have exactly one non-looopback address in inet_interfaces. In this cause
the address is also used as smtp_bind_address.

can we still configure postfix send from any address?

...maybe smtp_bind_address= ?

how does relay_domains=$mydestination work?


out of curiosity: the compatibility readme documents "backwards-compatible
default setting relay_domains=$mydestination" and that the empty value
"default value has changed from "$mydestination" to the empty value. This

under which curcumstances can this cause an error?
if the domain is in "mydestination", it should be treated as local.

is it related to the parent_domain_matches_subdomains setting?



I maintain multiple postfix servers with LMTP content filter set up.
last week we started receiving much spam that requests NOTIFY=SUCCESS
which results in many queued DSNs.

I got the idea of avoid notifications when they reach particular spam score.

My problem is, that on (at least) one of servers, postfix sends mail to
filter with SUCCESS stripped off NOTIFY= parameter, and sends bounce as the
mail gets delivered to LMTP filter. This way the filter is not able to
supress notifications.

kill hanging CGIs


we provide our users possibility to upload their own CGI scripts, using
suexec (in a limited environment, for security reasons).

Re: [users@httpd] Mod-rewrite problem

----- "Rudi Kramer" <rudi. ... at gmail dot com> wrote:
There is no need for mod_rewrite. the Redirect directive can do exactly the
same with less of workload.

You don't need a cannon for shooting birds, do you?