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Re: Mail to postmaster...
On Wed, 2 Feb 2000, Matti Aarnio wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 01, 2000 at 04:30:37PM -0400, David L. Potter wrote:
> > Was I crazy thinking that mail to postmaster should always be accepted or
> > have we got something wrong in our configuration...?
> Good question. You don't have any specific example available ?
I think this happened when someone from a domain that used to be listed in
the smtp-policy.spam file tried to send mail to postmaster complaining
about it. I think the same thing happens with an RBL-blocked address, but
I can't be sure.
Postfix waits until RCPT TO: to error out, for RBL-listed addresses and
relay denial anyway.
Hmm, that reminds me - one nice feature of Postfix is the ability to
notify the postmaster when relaying is denied. The SMTP conversation is
sent to the local mail system admin. (Well, ok... it's nice at first, but
to continue using it I have to keep filtering persistently retrying MX IP
addresses in my .procmailrc.)