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[00:20:35] <lambda> I use right user and password to connect to postfix admin but server always return:
[00:20:48] <lambda> The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.
[00:20:57] <lambda> how troubleshooting this please ?
[00:21:46] <Bejgli> look at the error_log but it's not an apache channel
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[00:48:02] <lambda> hum
[00:48:06] <lambda> Could not open password file: /usr/local/www/<domain.tld>/admin/.htpasswd
[00:48:16] <lambda> where can I set this path to another pleae ?
[00:48:20] <lambda> with postfixadmin
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[01:08:06] <Aners> hello everbody, please welcome me
[01:08:21] <CanWood> welcome
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[01:10:07] <Supaplex> !seen me
[01:10:08] <knoba> Supaplex: I have not seen me.
[01:11:47] <Aners> what the hell is this channel
[01:11:54] <Aners> my husband left me
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[01:21:19] <rob0> !seen you
[01:21:20] <knoba> rob0: I have not seen you.
[01:21:25] <wabisabix> I was wondering how to have a catchall virtual address that grabs anything not covered by explicit virtuall addresses
[01:22:48] <wabisabix> like if I have info at virt dot example.com and monkey at virt dot example.com can I have * at virt dot example.com catch everything else except those?
[01:23:17] <rob0> That's in the documentation, VIRTUAL_README.html#virtual_alias (and _mailbox)
[01:23:24] <rob0> !virtual
[01:23:25] <knoba> rob0: "virtual" : a way to configure additional domains and user accounts (that do not need to exist in your /etc/passwd). See: http://www.postfix.org/VIRTUAL_README.html
[01:23:46] <rob0> !catchall
[01:23:47] <knoba> rob0: "catchall" : sending all emails for non-existing users in domain to a special account. See man 5 virtual for the @domain syntax.
[01:24:27] <rob0> It should mention that a catchall address is a bad practice, making you vulnerable to a dictionary attack.
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[01:31:14] <plee> rob0, just to clarify, you meant that using postfixs own transport for delivering mail instead of dovecot, you meant the marked line in http://mail.linuxportalen.net/~kurt/mail/main.cf ?
[01:32:10] <plee> to get rid of that line I mean. So still use dovecot as a auth mechanism but use postfix as it should be used...
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[01:45:12] <rob0> take out / comment the "virtual_transport" line.
[01:46:22] <plee> rob0, yeah :) I've read up on the virtual part now. And will continue to read. Thank you very much for the help. :)
[01:46:42] <rob0> That *will* require that your virtual_mailbox_maps return the path to mailboxes: "user at example dot com example.com/user/" for example.
[01:47:22] <rob0> the other part of the path is virtual_mailbox_base, prepended to the virtual_mailbox_maps lookup result to make a full path.
[01:48:17] <rob0> The virtual_uid_maps user should own and have write privilege to everything under virtual_mailbox_base.
[01:49:31] <CanWood> rob0: I just got auto responders working with postfix, virtual accounts, maildrop, and mailbot. Thank you very much for the lead. I wouldn't have known to go maildrop without your tip
[01:50:08] <plee> yeah. it does, and is setup with postfix admin. But I think I'm gonna start fresh. I messed around a little bit too much.
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[03:11:19] <n08l3J> Hello everyone
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[03:11:43] <n08l3J> I want to set up a small mail server, with postfix as MTA,
[03:11:51] <n08l3J> any suggestions for IMAP servers ?
[03:12:05] <n08l3J> what should i go for Cyrus or Dovecot ?
[03:12:52] <rob0> Dovecot is my choice.
[03:13:18] <n08l3J> thanks for your reply rob0
[03:13:38] <n08l3J> is there any reason in support of dovecot ?
[03:14:14] <Dominian> dovecot is easy to setup.. integrates well with postfix
[03:14:39] <rob0> Integrated SASL which is easier than Cyrus SASL and works well, active development, runs well.
[03:15:23] <rob0> Courier IMAP would be my second choice, Cyrus IMAP, probably not on my list.
[03:15:39] <n08l3J> lol @ not on my list
[03:17:16] <n08l3J> alright then Dovecot is on my list too
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[04:00:01] <milllmannn> do i have to give the Mail user special privledges in ubuntu in order to reviece mail?
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[04:10:53] <Tabmow> milllmannn: shouldn't have to... depending on what setup
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[04:12:02] <lunaphyte> probably less related to user's privileges and more related to the mailserver config.
[04:12:15] <milllmannn> ubuntu dapper
[04:12:34] <milllmannn> thats what i would have thought, but i keep getting these errors
[04:12:37] <milllmannn> let me grab one...
[04:12:43] * lunaphyte holds a card to his head...
[04:12:49] <lunaphyte> postconf inet_interfaces
[04:12:54] <milllmannn> Jul 26 02:12:47 milkhead courierpop3login: rename(./new/1185340575.V801I64016M690260.milkhead,./cur/1185340575.V801I64016M690260.milkhead:2,) failed: Permission denied
[04:13:11] <lunaphyte> wrong software :)
[04:13:18] <milllmannn> really?
[04:13:30] <lunaphyte> milkhead courierpop3login...
[04:13:44] <lunaphyte> emphasis on courier
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[04:54:02] <Tabmow> milllmannn: if you followed a how-to try reading it more closely.. it looks like the user handling your mail doesn't have perms for that dir
[04:54:20] <Tabmow> or you haven't setup the dir at all by the looks of it because of the ./
[04:54:21] <milllmannn> thats what i am thinking
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[04:54:33] <milllmannn> hmmm
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[04:56:44] <cplx__--> Hi guys.. i have message_size_limits set in main.cf and postfix has been reloaded.. im still getting boucnes saying the message has exceeded advertised limit, any idea?
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[05:18:00] <milllmannn> anyone know what config file defines which user to use when accessing folders?
[05:21:35] <cplx__--> Hi guys.. i have message_size_limits set in main.cf and postfix has been reloaded.. im still getting boucnes saying the message has exceeded advertised limit, any idea?
[05:25:42] <Tabmow> cplx__--: paste the error log somewhere...
[05:26:05] <milllmannn> do I have to define my email users in the aliases file?
[05:26:13] <milllmannn> all that is in there is postmaster
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[05:26:33] <Tabmow> milllmannn: it depends... you define aliases in that file... any users on your system will have a mail account
[05:26:44] <milllmannn> that what i thought...
[05:26:56] <milllmannn> does postfix use a user account when operating?
[05:27:09] <milllmannn> like a mail user or something?
[05:27:57] <milllmannn> i am having problems recieving mail, but i can send
[05:28:00] * Supaplex checks cplx__-- for a pulse . . .
[05:28:10] <milllmannn> and it's the same error with imap and pop
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[05:41:58] <Tabmow> milllmannn: it should run at root when it has to
[05:42:10] <milllmannn> yeah, i figured it out now! woo hoo!
[05:42:27] <milllmannn> my user mail directory wasnt set up correctly
[05:42:39] <milllmannn> its not very well documented on most how-to's
[05:48:50] <`mac`> #/usr/bin/newaliases <--- i removed that what do i need to do to get this file installed?
[05:49:24] <Tabmow> `mac`: huH?
[05:50:16] <`mac`> not sure what i need to install to get that file back
[05:50:23] <`mac`> i removed it ..
[05:51:19] <Tabmow> ohhh... re-install of postfix will do the trick
[05:51:27] <`mac`> thank you..
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[05:56:19] <`mac`> that didnt do it..
[06:03:10] <rob0> It should have.
[06:03:28] <f3ew> /usr/bin/newaliases
[06:03:33] <f3ew> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 32 Mar 27 16:41 /usr/bin/newaliases -> /etc/alternatives/mta-newaliases
[06:03:53] <f3ew> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 27 Mar 27 16:41 /etc/alternatives/mta-newaliases -> /usr/bin/newaliases.postfix
[06:03:56] <`mac`> yes thats what i see in my other server
[06:04:04] <f3ew> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 31 Mar 27 16:41 /usr/bin/newaliases.postfix -> ../../usr/sbin/sendmail.postfix
[06:04:13] <f3ew> So just make the appropriate symlinks
[06:04:14] <`mac`> i cp the file in there i even tar it.
[06:04:15] <`mac`> let me show you
[06:04:36] <f3ew> It's just a symbolic link to the Postfix sendmail binary
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[06:05:17] <`mac`> 0 lrwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 21 Jul 24 11:30 newaliases -> /usr/sbin/mailwrapper
[06:05:47] <`mac`> now it worked..
[06:05:50] <`mac`> wow weard..
[06:06:03] <`mac`> thank you
[06:06:31] <rob0> Don't go deleting things if you don't know why they're there.
[06:06:45] <`mac`> question: is that suppose to be a my domain name .lid
[06:06:46] <`mac`> domain.tld
[06:06:50] <`mac`> tid
[06:07:06] <`mac`> mydomainname.com or tid
[06:07:24] <`mac`> rob0: youi got it i learned lol
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[06:09:44] <`mac`> #myhostname = virtual.domain.tld
[06:09:55] <`mac`> is this for my second domain name?
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[06:26:09] <CarlFF> Hi. How can I have virtual domains/mailboxes and a local catchall mailbox at the same time?
[06:28:44] <Supaplex> make the catchall last in your map
[06:29:28] <CarlFF> in /etc/postfix/virtual or vmailbox?
[06:31:31] <CarlFF> If I define the catchall in virtual, all the virtual mailboxes stop working. If I define the catchall in vmailbox, the catchall mail is sent to a virtual mailbox/maildir.
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[06:51:33] <`mac`> STARTTLS
[06:51:33] <`mac`> 502 5.5.1 Error: command not implemented
[06:51:46] <`mac`> i get that error when i try to starttts from the telnet
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[07:00:48] <newtomail> I know this is postfix but does anyone have a recomendation for the easiest webserver set up available
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[07:53:13] <Jetti> How can I tell if Postfix is properly installed on my system?
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[07:57:56] <eject_ck> hi all
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[08:01:38] <Supaplex> hi
[08:05:00] <vr> hello here
[08:07:02] <eject_ck> I defined body_checks = regex:/etc/postifx/myfile and put there word viagra :) than postfix reload, then test it - but letter not rejected. Whats I miss ?
[08:09:03] <f3ew> regexp, not regex
[08:09:10] <f3ew> See your logs
[08:09:59] <eject_ck> see i found error
[08:10:15] <eject_ck> I had only viagra into file
[08:10:23] <eject_ck> I must have line /viagra/ REJECT
[08:10:43] <eject_ck> btw, what mean pcre ?
[08:10:56] <eject_ck> instead regexp
[08:10:57] <Gibbonz> perl compatible regular expression
[08:11:05] <eject_ck> Ah, sure
[08:12:27] <Gibbonz> the other types of regex being posix and posix extended
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[08:12:58] <loldongs> DCC SEND LOLDONGSLOLDONGSLOLDONGSLOLDONGS 0 0 0
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[08:13:17] <Gibbonz> interesting...
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[08:13:47] <Gibbonz> lo f3ew btw :)
[08:14:20] <sebdah> Hi! How may I define multiple recipients in my virtual_maps file?
[08:16:39] <Supaplex> csv?
[08:17:05] <Supaplex> info bob,george,fred,tom,sue
[08:17:07] <Supaplex> just a guess.
[08:18:06] <sebdah> maybe I'll try that as well =)
[08:19:44] <f3ew> lo
[08:19:49] <Signum> hi
[08:20:09] <f3ew> man 5 virtual
[08:20:10] <sebdah> Supaplex: yeah, that one might work according to the logs =)
[08:20:54] <Supaplex> kewl
[08:21:17] <sebdah> f3ew: right! That confirmed Supaplex's theory!
[08:21:27] <sebdah> Signum: hi
[08:21:33] <sebdah> thanks guys
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[08:30:06] <DanielX> hello!!
[08:30:27] <sebdah> DanielX: hi
[08:31:20] <DanielX> sebdah i have problem with SASL with poftfix, MySQL and user virtual
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[08:31:48] <DanielX> Jul 26 01:24:53 mail postfix/smtpd[2080]: fatal: bad string length 0 < 1: smtpd_sasl_path =
[08:32:09] <DanielX> why?
[08:32:52] <sebdah> check /etc/postfix/main.cf and see if your smtpd_sasl_path = is set correctly
[08:33:54] <sebdah> !smtpd_sasl_path
[08:33:55] <knoba> sebdah: Error: "smtpd_sasl_path" is not a valid command.
[08:34:55] <sebdah> http://www.postfix.org/postconf.5.html#smtpd_sasl_path
[08:35:04] <DanielX> I did not find much aid in google, single I put smtpd_sasl_path = or smtpd_sasl_path = /usr/local/lib/sasl2/smtpd.conf or smtpd_sasl_path = smtpd
[08:40:00] <sebdah> Then I don't know really
[08:40:17] <sebdah> Do you get the msg even with = smtpd?
[08:40:26] <Signum> DanielX: postfix wants to tell you that this setting must not be empty
[08:42:17] <`mac`> upon telnet i get this msg..
[08:42:18] <`mac`> telnet localhost 110
[08:42:20] <`mac`> Trying ::1...
[08:42:23] <`mac`> telnet: connect to address ::1: Connection refused
[08:42:24] <`mac`> Trying 127.0.0.1...
[08:42:27] <`mac`> telnet: connect to address 127.0.0.1: Connection refused
[08:42:28] <`mac`> telnet: Unable to connect to remote host
[08:43:24] <Signum> `mac`: postfix is no pop3 daemon.
[08:43:43] <`mac`> true that..
[08:43:44] <sebdah> `mac`: Use courier for POP3
[08:43:52] <DanielX> mac nmap 127.0.0.1
[08:44:07] <`mac`> thank you..
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[10:13:57] <sep> what generates the message-id=<62d3ca36e453766f2210d08a5ca9ce5e@smtphost> ?
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[10:17:16] <sep> someone is spamming thru my server, but i dont know how. ul 25 18:36:37 dpsmtp postfix/smtpd[14484]: 9E5DD52470: client=localhost.localdomain[127.0.0.1]
[10:17:17] <sep> Jul 25 18:36:37 dpsmtp postfix/cleanup[13228]: 9E5DD52470: message-id=<F1C0F0C8-BB42-4672-883A-4A986FE5A3B1 at online dot no> the first makes me think someone lost their password to their mail account,. but the last line makes no sense since it's not suposed to be online.no
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[10:26:15] <oberonc> hi
[10:26:20] <oberonc> email addresses are case sensitive or not ?
[10:26:27] <oberonc> ie, would it treat JOE at asdf dot com the same as joe at asdf dot com ?
[10:29:24] <sep> oberonc, servers are encouraged to preserve case, but it's muddy ground in either case. read RFC 2821 for details. iow it depends and dont make addresses that depend on case. but if you code a mail server, make sure you preserve the case as it is
[10:29:33] <sep> all about the user part ofcourse, the host part is not.
[10:30:06] <sep> i keep everything in lowercase, and use my 2x4 cluebat on clients that want case spesific addresses
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[10:57:41] <oberonc> exchange servers and gmail webmail dont preserve case
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[11:25:13] <Techdeck_> anyone knows why postfix keeps overriding my 'return-path' setting? I set it to something else, every other header works, but it just wont let me change it ... is there some option that sets this?
[11:26:44] <f3ew> Return-Path is set at delivery time
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[11:26:49] <f3ew> from the envelope sender
[11:27:16] <Techdeck> what do you mean?
[11:27:25] <Techdeck> I have a php script that should set it
[11:27:32] <Techdeck> but postfix keeps overriding it
[11:27:35] <Techdeck> is there a way to fix it?
[11:28:09] <f3ew> Set the envelope sender correctly
[11:28:29] <Techdeck> it needs to be dynamic
[11:28:37] <k1ckn1ck> f3ew wonder if you could help me, installed that virtualar.py from workaround.org, it does not seem to be working, altho i get the following in the syslog
[11:28:38] <k1ckn1ck> Jul 26 10:39:01 localhost /USR/SBIN/CRON[1458]: (root) CMD ( [ -d /var/lib/php4 ] && find /var/lib/php4/ -type f -cmin +$(/usr/lib/php4/maxlifetime) -print0 | xargs -r -0 rm)
[11:28:51] <Techdeck> f3ew, I have a PHP script that sets it, and it set the header right
[11:29:03] <f3ew> Set the envelope sender correctly <=======
[11:29:12] <f3ew> k1ckn1ck ask Signum, he wrote it
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[11:29:28] <k1ckn1ck> really :O
[11:29:39] <`mac`> o_O
[11:29:48] <k1ckn1ck> said writer unknown on the site cheers f3ew
[11:29:57] <Techdeck> f3ew, can you give me an example?
[11:30:14] <Techdeck> mail("bah at bah dot com","testing","testing","From: test at test dot com\nReturn-Path: test at test dot com\n");
[11:30:26] <Techdeck> this is the PHP command I've used, everything works in it, except the return-path
[11:30:35] <f3ew> Techdeck, The envelope FROM, not the Return-Path
[11:30:42] <Techdeck> oh
[11:30:46] <`mac`> libraries/sanitizing.lib.php on line 48
[11:30:55] <Techdeck> Envelope-From
[11:30:56] <Techdeck> ?
[11:31:00] <Techdeck> is that a header?
[11:31:01] <`mac`> has anyone seen this error befor? phpadmin
[11:31:56] <Techdeck> f3ew, mail("mailhere at consist dot co.il","testing","testing","From: test at test dot com\nEnvelope-From: test at test dot com\n");
[11:31:57] <Techdeck> like so?
[11:32:24] <f3ew> nonononononononono
[11:32:34] <Techdeck> :\
[11:32:59] <Techdeck> give me an example please
[11:33:07] <k1ckn1ck> Signum you about?
[11:33:11] <f3ew> -f sender
[11:33:12] <f3ew> Set the envelope sender address. This is the address where delivery problems are sent to. With Postfix versions before
[11:33:12] <f3ew> 2.1, the Errors-To: message header overrides the error return address
[11:33:15] <f3ew> From man sendmail
[11:33:50] <Techdeck> f3ew, but I use php .. must be a way to fix this from there
[11:33:53] <Techdeck> it needs to be dynamic
[11:34:03] <f3ew> Techdeck submit via SMTP
[11:34:13] <Techdeck> bah
[11:34:21] <UQlev> is authentication compulsory for all connections to submission port (587)?
[11:34:31] <f3ew> According to the RFC, yes
[11:35:28] <UQlev> f3ew< thank you. So I can't sent via 587 w/o authentication even for domains being hosted?
[11:36:09] <f3ew> UQlev right
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[11:59:55] <keanne> anyone using razor2 plugin for spamassassin? i was thinking of using it but i dont know the implications like will it slow down the queue etc
[12:00:12] <keanne> will i just need to specify it in init.pre?
[12:00:16] <`mac`> 250 DSN
[12:00:17] <`mac`> STARTTLS
[12:00:17] <`mac`> 502 5.5.1 Error: command not implemented
[12:00:28] <`mac`> it wont start.. what can i do>?
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[12:25:13] <tuxcrafter> hello guys
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[12:27:04] <`mac`> hi
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[12:27:47] <suwro> hello
[12:28:12] <`mac`> STARTTLS 502 5.5.1 Error: command not implemented
[12:28:25] <`mac`> how well i fix this issue.. anyone knows...
[12:28:37] <suwro> is there any method to restrict www-data user to get mail only from localhost or local users? - i use virtual users too - it seems www-data is used to get spam and it's anoying
[12:28:43] <tuxcrafter> I'm wondering if someone has a smart way of scanning mail headers to detect if the mail is part of a mailing list. I have 30 different mailings and if i could create a universal way this would be superb.
[12:36:32] <tuxcrafter> i think is very hard to do, it because there is no real standard on how mailling list headers could look like
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[14:01:36] <Bejgli> i'm using FuzzyOCR 3.5.1 as a SA 3.2.1 plugin and i get errors in the fuzzyocr.log file when i got an image attached to the emails: http://rafb.net/p/Ejhodm70.html any idea what can be the problem?
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[14:15:17] <andyshack> this is the therapy group right ? :)
[14:16:43] <pingouin> ………
[14:16:52] <pingouin> post-trauma-fix
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[14:23:53] <andyshack> nice. ive got a sun box running what appears to be postfix and dovecot. i actually ahve no idea what im doing although i though i would pole it and see if i could add aliases without breaking it.
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[14:31:34] <andyshack> postfix should have a postconf file right ?
[14:32:50] <andyshack> ive been asking the googles about it. i wanted to find the version of postfix running. i just searched the system and it only came up with postconf being found in the origional install files.
[14:33:42] <f3ew> postconf mail_version
[14:34:46] <andyshack> yeah although i cant find postconf to ask it ;/
[14:35:30] <f3ew> /usr/sbin/postconf
[14:36:32] <andyshack> yer found it in the admins home dir. 2.3.7
[14:40:12] <andyshack> should that really be sitting there ?-- > /export/home/jimbo/postfix/postfix-2.3.7/bin/postconf
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[14:55:08] <hetz> hi. tiny question; does 'postfix reload' recreates the .db files?
[14:55:19] <Nockian> no
[14:55:41] <hetz> umm, could u please remind me how to re-create the db? or should I google it? :)
[14:55:43] <Nockian> 'postmap /etc/postfix/access' would create '/etc/postfix/access.db'
[14:55:56] <Nockian> or re-reate it, for that matter
[14:56:04] <Nockian> guh, re-create
[14:56:46] <hetz> ok, one more question: if I add: 1.2.3.4 REJECT (for example) to /etc/postfix/access - this should be enough to block IP 1.2.3.4, right?
[14:57:13] <Nockian> yes
[14:57:30] <hetz> thanks Nockian, you're great!
[14:57:45] <Nockian> you're welcome :)
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[16:11:29] <NekoKun> A friend of mine is having a small issue... I was wondering if we could have a workaround. The situation is the following: He has 2 servers. The first one is used for mail marketing (properly configured to be valid, and not just spam) and the second one is his real MX server. Both using the same domain. Now, if the marketing one sends a mail to his domail, it looks for a local mailbox (wich...
[16:11:31] <NekoKun> ...doesn't exists). Is there a way to configure the server to, if there's no mail box, it send to outside the server?
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[16:28:41] <JodiH> hello guys
[16:29:26] <NekoKun> JodiH: yo
[16:29:39] <JodiH> whats the best way to forward all mail to a second email server with out creating mailboxes on the first server
[16:29:52] <JodiH> hi nekokun
[16:30:58] <JodiH> my boss is still determined to use his exchange server and so i need to accept all the mail on the linux box and foreward it to the exchange
[16:33:15] <NekoKun> JodiH: Wouldn't it be a sendmail issue?
[16:33:53] <Bejgli> i'm using FuzzyOCR 3.5.1 as a SA 3.2.1 plugin and i get errors in the fuzzyocr.log file when i got an image attached to the emails: http://rafb.net/p/Ejhodm70.html any idea what can be the problem?
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[16:36:46] <JodiH> nekokun i m a newbie so ill look there
[16:37:52] <rob0> What?
[16:38:14] <rob0> !address_classes
[16:38:14] <knoba> rob0: "address_classes" : http://www.postfix.org/ADDRESS_CLASS_README.html describes how Postfix deals with different classes of addresses: local, relay, virtual alias, virtual mailbox, and Internet.
[16:38:25] <rob0> JodiH: ^^ Relay domain class
[16:40:34] <rob0> JodiH: There are millions of clueless bosses clinging to their beloved MSexChange, behind Postfix. It is asked regularly on the mailing list, and each one seems to think he's the first one to have that idea.
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[16:40:58] <rob0> So, Google the list archives and enjoy.
[16:41:05] <DanielX> hi
[16:41:07] <DanielX> postfix has problems with hotmail ???
[16:41:22] <DanielX> i have ptr, mx, ip public register
[16:42:07] <DanielX> i send mail hotmail and arrive like spam
[16:43:06] <rob0> DanielX: perhaps the problem would be solved if you would stop using Postfix and just use Hotmail. ;)
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[16:51:53] <DanielX> =(
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[16:58:38] <DanielX> rob0, look
[16:58:47] <DanielX> mail.grupoatenea.com claims to be host mail.grupoatenea.com [but that host is at 190.41.24.135 (may be cached), not 190.41.2.8].
[16:58:48] <DanielX> :S
[16:59:04] <DanielX> in this page http://www.dnsstuff.com
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[17:03:29] <rob0> So your reverse DNS is messed up? Definitely, Postfix's fault. ;) When I installed Postfix it called my ISP and had the reverse set properly. :)
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[17:10:06] <Trollinator> can someone tell me the placeholders that i can use in ldap queries (like %u and the like)?
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[17:14:01] <evadave> Hello. We've had an attack today on our Postfix server. Do clients have to login to "TLS connect"?
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[17:14:34] <magyar> hi i have setup "home_mailbox = Maildir/" but the mail is still being delivered to a mialbox in /var/mail
[17:14:44] <magyar> why would this occure?
[17:16:59] <rob0> !mailbox_command
[17:17:00] <knoba> rob0: "mailbox_command" : a configuration parameter in the main.cf: Optional external command that the local(8) delivery agent should use for mailbox delivery. The command is run as the recipient. Exception: command delivery for root executes with $default_user privileges.
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[17:21:59] <Trollinator> can someone tell me the placeholders that i can use in ldap queries (like %u and the like)?
[17:22:10] <magyar> rob0: how should the line look like? i have "procmail -a "$EXTENSION" "
[17:23:29] <rob0> magyar, either configure procmail or do not use it.
[17:23:48] <rob0> Trollinator: looked in LDAP_README yet?
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[17:28:02] <Gammelmark> why do I keep getting these errors? postfix/qmgr[16474]: warning: connect to transport smtp-amavis: Connection refused
[17:28:21] <Gammelmark> I have uncommented everything related to amavisd in main.cf and master.cf
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[17:33:38] <magyar> rob0: i ususally configure it with /etc/procmailrc. Is there a way to push the command on the "mailbox_command" ? I think I've done it once but my brain is a blank after four hours of sleep :(
[17:34:59] <magyar> i got it "mailbox_command = procmail -a "$EXTENSION" DEFAULT=$HOME/Maildir/ MAILDIR=$HOME/Maildir"
[17:35:12] <magyar> thanks rob0
[17:35:27] <rob0> Or just remove it altogether ... why do you need it?
[17:36:29] <rob0> Gammelmark: everything was queued to go through the content_filter, it now must be requeued. See "man postsuper".
[17:37:45] <magyar> rob0: if i remove the mailbox_command the delivery will default to $HOME/Maildir?
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[17:42:17] <rob0> magyar: "man local" /DELIVERY METHOD CONTROLS
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[17:44:14] <magyar> bahhh
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[17:46:24] <StyXman> hi all. I'm trying to add a mail header via header_checks. this is not working, why? /X-Mailer:/m PREPEND X-Mailer: ASP.NET
[17:46:29] <Gammelmark> rob0, i tried requeuing all mails, but most in the queu are still producing the errors (i used postsuper -r ALL)
[17:46:38] <StyXman> basically, if the header is not present, add it
[17:46:49] <StyXman> or that's what I inted to do
[17:46:52] <StyXman> intend*
[17:47:36] <rob0> header_checks(5) only work one line at a time, so no, this won't work.
[17:47:52] <rob0> Gammelmark: are you sure you removed content_filter ?
[17:48:19] <Gammelmark> yes
[17:49:22] <rob0> "postconf content_filter"
[17:49:53] <Gammelmark> content_filter =
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[17:50:36] <StyXman> rob0: so what should I use?
[17:50:38] <rob0> ok ... pastebin "postconf -n" and logs after the reload. (After content_filter was removed.)
[17:58:43] <Gammelmark> rob0, I just realized that all mails that still fail are from MAILER-DAEMON to some external site, and after restarting almost everything, the errors are gone. When trying to flush the queue I get this though: http://pastebin.com/d4e810ac9
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[18:09:08] <StyXman> this is not working either: /^Message-Id:/ PREPEND X-Mailer: ASP.NET
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[18:19:09] <Gammelmark> a good (up to date) Postfix book?
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[18:25:20] <vice-versa> Gammelmark: are you looking for a recommendation?
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[19:01:39] <Gammelmark> vice-versa, yes please
[19:02:23] <vice-versa> Gammelmark: 'The Book of Postfix' gets favorable mention in this channel, http://www.postfix-book.com/
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[19:05:48] <Gammelmark> vice-versa, thank you, it looks nice
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[19:23:13] <`mac`> hello,
[19:23:41] <`mac`> can someone plz tell me how i can start this services.. i m getting an error on telnet localhost 25
[19:23:41] <`mac`> starttls
[19:23:41] <`mac`> 502 5.5.1 Error: command not implemented
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[20:34:26] <kokoko1> Hi guys
[20:34:36] <kokoko1> i am getting these errors ..
[20:34:39] <kokoko1> postfix/smtpd[28265]: warning: SASL authentication problem: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2: Permission denied
[20:34:49] <kokoko1> everythog working fine
[20:34:54] <many> well?
[20:35:05] <kokoko1> many, want to get rid of these errors :_s
[20:35:19] <kokoko1> ls -l /etc/sasldb2
[20:36:01] <kokoko1> i have created this file when it giving error for sasldb2 not found, and now its giving error for permission
[20:36:47] <kokoko1> what permission should i set to this file to get rid of warning messages in maillog?
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[20:41:00] <kokoko1> now i have copied sasldb2 to /var/spool/postfix
[20:41:42] <`mac`> kokoko1 this might help..
[20:41:43] <`mac`> http://www.purplehat.org/?page_id=8
[20:44:55] <kokoko1> k, thanks
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[20:45:21] <`mac`> anyone know any good webpage that i can run tests..
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[20:46:45] <adaptr> tests for *what* ?
[20:47:00] <vice-versa> www.iqtest.com
[20:47:02] * vice-versa hides
[20:47:05] <`mac`> starttls
[20:47:06] <`mac`> (10:23:30) (`mac`) 502 5.5.1 Error: command not implemented
[20:47:15] <adaptr> vice-versa++
[20:47:42] * `mac` picks hisself from the floor on vice-versa commant
[20:49:14] <`mac`> vice-versa: did you try your IQ? hope you got resolts.. waht am i talking about your just perfect.. came perfect in a pkg..
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[20:51:34] <jeward> Can't you define multiple relayhosts ?
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[20:52:03] <`mac`> jeward: this is a postfix chan not a define chan..
[20:52:04] <`mac`> try google
[20:52:41] <jeward> I don't find a way to define multiple relayhosts, but that seems unlikely?
[20:53:08] <`mac`> http://www.purplehat.org/?page_id=8
[20:53:09] <`mac`> there
[20:53:15] <`mac`> that has a step by step info
[20:53:27] <`mac`> its like HOLDING your hand walking you thru
[20:54:13] <jeward> no relayhost on that page?
[20:54:34] <`mac`> let me take you the beg. of the page one sec.
[20:54:39] <`mac`> http://www.purplehat.org/
[20:54:54] <`mac`> what system?
[20:55:00] <jeward> rhel5
[20:55:07] <`mac`> RedHat..
[20:55:08] <rob0> jeward: use MX records with or without different priorities
[20:55:22] <jeward> So it's not actually supported.
[20:55:26] <jeward> Okay, thanks.
[20:55:39] <rob0> it is supported, what gives you that idea?
[20:56:13] <jeward> Via DNS tricks, not in the postfix config, right?
[20:56:54] <rob0> ah, so strictly speaking you're right then.
[20:57:29] <jeward> Maybe fallback is what I am looking for.
[20:57:48] <rob0> I wouldn't know.
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[20:59:08] <rob0> Describe the problem, maybe I'd know more.
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[20:59:40] <jeward> smtp_fallback_relay looks like the right thing,.
[21:00:00] <jeward> We run 220+ debiuan servers and define multiple smarthosts.
[21:00:21] <jeward> I'm trying to mimic the config of these on rhel5 servers.
[21:01:37] <jeward> We use nullmailer on the debian boxes which allows multiple smarthosts.
[21:02:11] <CanWood> in a virtual domain setup with maildrop set as the virtual_transport, with the user= set correctly in master.cf, should maildrop have the smarts to run maildirmake when email is being sent to a new user who's maildir hasn't been manually created?
[21:02:32] <jeward> smtp_fallback_relay did the trick!
[21:02:36] <jeward> Thanks!
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[21:03:01] <CanWood> I can make them manually and it all goes beautifully, I'm just looking to minimize steps in account creation
[21:07:05] <Rakeleer> I'm trying to restrict a box to reject all mail destined for a non-local domain. Spent a while with google and the neohpasis lists. It seems like I nothing I do can prevent sending email from the local box to external domains (gmail.com in the example). Logs, configs located here: http://pastebin.com/de58711d. Pulling my hair out here.
[21:07:14] <rob0> CanWood: test it and see?
[21:07:22] <CanWood> heh
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[21:08:57] <CanWood> it doesn't, but I'm asking to find out if it should (in which case it's likely a permissions issue) or not (in which case, I'll research a virtual_fallback_transport = virtual or something along those lines)
[21:10:08] <rob0> Rakeleer: very simple ... the other mail doesn't come in via smtpd(8), it's using sendmail(1).
[21:10:38] <Rakeleer> rob0: You know, I saw exactly that problem from a guy that wouldn't post complete logs in the neohapsis lists.
[21:11:07] <Rakeleer> rob0: I figured it was something like that. So... Hurm. I've used "mail" and "mutt" - both are using sendmail to skip smtp altogether, right?
[21:11:30] <rob0> yes, but there are ways to prevent that
[21:11:43] <rob0> !authorized_submit_users
[21:11:43] <knoba> rob0: Error: "authorized_submit_users" is not a valid command.
[21:11:54] <rob0> postconf.5.html#authorized_submit_users
[21:11:59] <Rakeleer> Ah ha!!!! Thank you, thank you!
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[21:12:16] <rob0> also, chmod(1) can do the trick
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[21:44:37] <Rakeleer> Sure enough, via an actual SMTP client everything works fine.
[21:44:49] <Rakeleer> I guess a whole bunch of stuff likes to use sendmail, though. Argh.
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[22:18:36] <skabob> is it possible to setup postfix to smtp authenticate for external users but not internal or specified ip ranges? and if so is there a how to or tutorial?
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[22:19:42] <growltiger> i think that is default if you put the enable ssl_auth after the internal networks in the smtpd_client thing
[22:20:50] <skabob> in main.cf?
[22:21:56] <growltiger> yes
[22:22:34] <growltiger> the order you place the options is the way they are processed
[22:22:35] <skabob> i dont see anything in main.cf for internal networks, or smtpd_client
[22:22:57] <skabob> so throwing all of the smtp auth stuff in the bottem of main.cf wouldnt work very well?
[22:22:59] <growltiger> it's smtpd_client_restrictions, i think
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[22:24:32] <skabob> sp
[22:24:33] <skabob> *so
[22:24:45] <skabob> uncomment
[22:24:45] <skabob> smtpd_client_restrictions = reject_rbl_client list.dsbl.org, reject_rbl_client dnsbl.sorbs.net, reject_rbl_client dun.dnsrbl.net, $
[22:25:05] <skabob> then put
[22:25:06] <skabob> smtpd_sasl_auth_enable = yes
[22:25:55] <growltiger> hold on let me look at mine
[22:25:58] <skabob> k thanks
[22:26:20] <skabob> we have a spammer bouncing emails off our server so we're getting blacklisted
[22:27:46] <growltiger> smtpd_client_restrictions = permit_mynetworks, permit_sasl_authenticated, check_sender_access hash:/etc/postfix/access, reject_rbl_client bl.spamcop.net, reject_rbl_client xbl-sbl.spamhaus.org, reject
[22:28:00] <growltiger> the order you place on that line is what matters
[22:28:28] <skabob> mynetworks would read it from the mynetworks file right>
[22:28:34] <growltiger> first it check if the client is on the network, then if it's authd
[22:28:49] <growltiger> then check sender_access
[22:28:52] <growltiger> then rbls
[22:29:12] <skabob> ok
[22:29:19] <skabob> great so ill add that
[22:29:44] <skabob> before that i need to add enable ssl_auth
[22:30:56] <skabob> right?
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[22:33:48] <skabob> i get this error when doing postfix reload
[22:33:49] <skabob> postfix: fatal: /etc/postfix/main.cf, line 757: missing '=' after attribute name: "reject_rbl_client bl.spamcop.net, reject_rbl_clie
[22:34:35] <skabob> ah nm
[22:36:32] <skabob> ok after adding that and adding the enable line right before it
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[22:36:42] <skabob> i still get a password pop up
[22:36:45] <skabob> when sending
[22:36:48] <skabob> and im on internal
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[22:44:11] <rob0> a password popup?
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[23:14:07] <magyar> how does "check_sender_mx_access" works?
[23:16:54] <Bejgli> it checks the sender's MX hostname
[23:17:18] <Bejgli> so instead of the hostname of the client, it checks the address of MX of the sender's domain
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[23:20:37] <magyar> Bejgli: i check the MX records for some mail servers and i see no loopback in them, but the mail gets rejected with a loopback error
[23:20:57] <Bejgli> it's nothing to do with check_sender_mx
[23:21:03] <Bejgli> what's the domain or mx record?
[23:21:36] <Bejgli> isn't your domain's mx hostname points to 127.0.0.1 ?
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[23:30:01] <magyar> Bejgli: no its pointing to 192.168.100.1, my MX hostname for my internal network, externaly it points to the external ip address
[23:30:52] <edman007> how do i make postfix trust an IP that is dynamic (so that server and relay the mail to it), but i got a name for it from dyndns.org, so i want it to look up that name myserver.homelinux.org and trust that IP
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[23:33:50] <magyar> NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from scientia.ccs.yorku.ca[130.63.236.36]: 554 5.7.1 < Sender address rejected: IP address of MX host is a loopback address
[23:34:01] <magyar> Bejgli: this is an example
[23:40:01] <magyar> its actually my domain names, but when i dig for MX on then, I see no loopback
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