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Re: FQDN required in HELO even without reject_non_fqdn_hostname?
From: Jim Keller (postfixcenterfuse.net)
Date: Thu Sep 21 2006 - 16:08:23 CDT
>Noel Jones wrote:
>You have reject_non_fqdn_hostname in one of your other
smtpd_*_restrictions. "postconf -n" is your friend.
I do, in the smtpd_recipient_restrictions. However, I was under the
impression that (especially since the log explicitly states that this
was a HELO rejection) the smtpd_recipient_restrictions were not involved
in the rejection. The real hostname that the connection is originating
from is FQDN (h-67-101-217-37.phlapafg.covad.net), as are the to and
from email addresses. The only problem is with the hostname given in the
HELO command, so why should a recipient restriction affect it? Are they
in fact related? Thanks.