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From: Stan Hoeppner (stanhardwarefreak.com)
Date: Mon Nov 30 2009 - 15:36:16 CST
techlist06 put forth on 11/30/2009 3:14 PM:
>> You have:
>> check_client_access hash:/etc/postfix/access
>> which is wrong for matching email addresses:
> Thanks, that fixed my error.
>> check_recipient_access hash:/etc/postfix/access
>> BTW, if you are trying to block all access to this email address, why
>> not just remove it from your list(s) of valid recipients? Did I miss
>> something earlier in the thread?
> I was wanting to give a specific reject message for a particular address.
> It's a small, manually maintained maillist. I don't want the subscribers to
> reply to the "reply to" address, but I didn't want to reject mails without a
> friendlier explanation of where they should reply. An auto-reply with
> reject I guess.
> I expect there is a better way to do same, this seems to work OK.
So, lemme get this straight. You changed the list address, but instead
of just sending an email to the list addresses telling all users of the
list address change, you just decided to, in essence, inform them via an
NDR when they send mail to the list? There have got to be at least 1000
list management how-to's on the web, and not a one would recommend you
do this in this way, and probably all 1000 would say _never_ manage a
list this way...yikes.