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Create exception for some senders in header_checks

Hi,

I've created the rules to block forged Reply-to and Return-Path using my
domains. I've followed the examples in
<a href="http://www.postfix.org/BACKSCATTER_README.html" title="http://www.postfix.org/BACKSCATTER_README.html">http://www.postfix.org/BACKSCATTER_README.html</a>.

This is my rule:

/^(From|Return-Path|Reply-To):.*\b(domain\.com\.br)\b/
discard forged sender address in $1: header: $2

We need to create some exceptions. Would placing the following rule in the
same file work?

/^(Return-Path|Reply-To):.*\b(user1@domain\.com\.br)\b/
dunno

Kind regards.
Fabio

Apache 2.4 : Rewrite to keep the original URL

Hi,

I'm trying to setup an environment with a frontend interface which login
and redirects to my application.

The scenario is: The user access with webmail.domain.com and the login page
redirects to the application, running on the same host, but on port 81.

How could I keep the original URL?

Setting up authenticated relay with Api Key

Hi,

I'm setting up an authenticated relay on my server (I need to relay to
Elastic Email) and the server requires that I insert the "Api Key" before
the username and password.

How do I implement this into my passwords map?

I have already tested it running a telnet on the server and I got the "235
Authentication successful":

* perl -MMIME::Base64 -e 'print
encode_base64("\000API-KEY\000USERNAME\000PASSWORD")'
* AUTH PLAIN Base64

_sasl_plugin_load failed on Debian 7

Hi,

I'm deploying a new environment with Debian 7 and Postfix 2.11 from
Backports repository.

Haproxy+Postfix

Hi,

We are considering to use HAPROXY with Postfix, in this scenario, the
client IP is kept or the SMTP server will always receive the HAPROXY
server IP?