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From: Noel Jones (njonesmegan.vbhcs.org)
Date: Thu Nov 12 2009 - 21:31:35 CST
On 11/12/2009 9:21 PM, Alex wrote:
>> It looks as if you're trying to whitelist the client by IP, so you need
>> check_client_access to check an IP.
> Yes, and I've tried that too. I have done quite a bit of reading, and
> afraid I'm getting conflicting info now. I've read posts from Ralf in
> the past, as well as the man pages and other docs at postfix.org, but
> it's still not working. Can you point me to the right documentation
> that outlines why it would be check_client_access to check an IP?
You use check_client_access because your table contains a
client IP. If your table contained the actual bad HELO name
you could use check_helo_access, but generally it's better to
whitelist by client address.
If you feel you've gotten conflicting answers, it's only
because you keep changing the question.
(Way past) Time to post "postconf -n" and the actual log entry
of what you are trying to allow.
-- Noel Jones