I’ve updated to 0.5 and suddenly I see my backup mail not being received anymore
as the server is @home and this IP is within a block blocked by spamhaus by default (which I cannot control) I need to whitelist it
Even if you use whitelist features in spamassassin that won’t work as it is in postfix blocked
The solution is (for me) creating a file with the rbl_override info and to change (back) as I forgot that I did it some months ago
the main.cf with this line
My solution was outcommented (probably) by the update
smtpd_recipient_restrictions=permit_sasl_authenticated,permit_mynetworks,check_client_access hash:/etc/postfix/rbl_override,reject_rbl_client zen.spamhaus.org,reject_unlisted_recipient,check_policy_service inet:127.0.0.1:10023
Do you mean that your server is inside of your house, and the IP address of the server is on a Spamhaus blacklist?
nope my server runs at digitalocean, but it will not accept any mail from my own home delivered to myself
I have some proxmox servers wanting to send mail and those proxmox servers are at my home address… I need to allow my IP to be able to send/deliver the mail and to be accepted. as there is no real option for a sendmail configuration with username/password etc.
So it tries to deliver but my home address is by default in spamhaus and you cannot whitelist it other than I previous stated (or there must be something else what is possible)
I only know of a few options:
Review postfix parameters to figure out how to create local whitelists and list that BEFORE the blacklist in
Remove references to
spamhaus blacklists in
(For the above two, be prepared to restore the config after ever MiaB update.)
Install to the servers a relay-only mail transport, such as nullmailer (which is also
Create a local mail relay.
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