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From: mouss (moussml.netoyen.net)
Date: Sun Apr 18 2010 - 09:06:30 CDT
Marcus Frischherz a écrit :
> Thanks for the link. I read it, and I realize that it is related to my
> problem. However, this link describes how to block incoming bckscatter,
> while my problem seems to be, that postfix with these settings creates
> backscatter (maybe relaying it to outside users as well, certainly, as
> evidenced by my mail box, internally). This is exactly the reason why I
> want to disable the bounce, and the question is how. Temporarilly I
> commented out the line
> #bounce unix - - n - 0 bounce
don't do that. people will lose mail...
> in master.cf, but I think that this is not the ideal solution, as now
> undeliverable mails start queuing up.
the config is in amavisd-new, not in postfix. In amavisd.conf, use
$final_spam_destiny = D_PASS;
so that spam is delivered (and not rejected/bounced) then configure your
delivery mechanism to put spam in a Spam folder (assuming IMAP or
webmail, not POP3).
alternatively, configure amavisd-new to quarantine spma. but then you'll
need a way to handle the quarantine.
in postfix, consider using
in your access checks. search postfix docs or the web if this is unclear.