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From: AMP Admin (adminampprod.com)
Date: Thu Jul 30 2009 - 14:58:20 CDT
I'm not sure how to do that. I'm new to postfix. Since I used iRedMail
scrip to set this up I'm having to reconfigure everything as I go. It
worked fine on our other mail servers but this one just has too much.
I think I'm going to start over and research how to build a minimal, fast,
small footprint smtp/pop mail server for basic send and receive with speed
and stability being the main focus.
[mailto:owner-postfix-userspostfix.org] On Behalf Of mouss
Sent: Thursday, July 30, 2009 2:18 PM
Subject: Re: filter incoming but not outgoing
AMP Admin a écrit :
> Right now we filter all messages using amavisd but on a box that’s
> sending up to 6000 messages per hour it’s failing after a few thousand
> messages and we think it might be because of amavis filtering. Not
> sure how to do this but we would like to accomplish the following and
> your assistance is greatly appreciated!
> 1. Sign outgoing messages with dkim and vbr (currently doing this
> with amavis)
> 2. Only allow sending from our networks
> 3. Do NOT filter, virus scan or spam scam outgoing messages
> 4. DO scan and filter incoming messages
> 5. Optimize / Tweak settings for large number of outgoing messages
> If there is something better for sending large amounts of messages (we
> have a huge user base) we’re all ears.
use a specific IP:port to submit these messages and disable filtering
for the corresponding smtpd (-o content_filter=)
you can configure this smtpd to only accept mail from specific IPs.