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Regexp Postfix query doesn't stop at the first matching rule

Hello,

I would be really thankful if someone could clarify it, please. It says the
following, "Postfix works as documented in regexp_table(5) and
pcre_table(5), i.e. each query stops at the first matching rule. Now the
following two rules are in conflict:

/^From:\s*assistant\@gmail\.com$/ REPLACE Subject: New Report.
/^Subject:\s*$/ REJECT Empty subjects fields are rejected.

I doesn't stop at the first matching rule where the subject is replaced.
Instead, it stops at the second matching rule where empty subject fields are
rejected.

Postfix/smtp/smtpd

Hello everybody,

I was wondering if anybody could advise please, on what does this log entry
mean postfix/smtp/smtpd? I know postfix/smtp is to send mails out to the
world, postfix/smtpd stands for daemon that rules out deliveries for
incoming mail. What about postfix/smtp/smtpd? Is it something in between
incoming and outgoing messages? Does it perhaps mean that some clients try
to connect to my 465 port? If that is the case then do they try to send or
receive here? Would appreciate any pointers from experts. Many thanks in
advance!