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From: Stan Hoeppner (stanhardwarefreak.com)
Date: Wed Jun 23 2010 - 20:10:41 CDT
Steffan A. Cline put forth on 6/23/2010 8:39 AM:
> I am assuming from your conf file you have:
> From the options I see, I could put that into the startup file above by
Yeah, that's it, that's the right Postgrey file. You can use a UNIX socket or
inet. The key thing is that they must match between postgrey and postfix.
Postfix has to know how to communicate with Postgrey. Sometimes using a
socket can be problematic or more difficult, specifically in chroot
environments, IIRC. This may be why the default recommended setup for on
Debian is inet, as Debian runs Postfix in a chroot by default. For these
reasons I use the inet interface. It's just easier for me, and no real
> My question now lies in do I need to add any any additional config to
> master.cf file to take advantage of this service?
No, nothing is needed in master.cf for this, only the line in main.cf. As I
stated in a recent post, I've been using Postfix for 5 years now. I have
never edited master.cf.