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From: Terry Carmen (terrycnysupport.com)
Date: Mon Mar 23 2009 - 09:28:03 CDT
Martin Strand wrote:
> Is it possible to make a header_checks rule apply only to a certain client?
> I've got an annoying piece of software which sends messages through Postfix.
> This software insists on including a "Sender" header that I wish to filter out with Postfix, but only for this certain client (or the envelope sender, which is always the same)
> Unfortunately, fixing the software is not an option :(
> Any tips?
If you want to change the sender's email address for the message, you
smtp_generic_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/generic
and add the address translation to
(don't forget to postmap and reload config)
If you really want to not deliver it, you can add:
badsenderyourdomain.tld error:mail from badsender is not deliverable
to your transport table.