Submission clients bypass MYNETS policy

Alex mysqlstudent at
Tue Sep 20 02:20:56 CEST 2011


>>> I have set up an amavisd-new with postfix/spamassassin on fedora15.
>>> I'm trying to set up a disclaimer footer using amavisd because I also
>>> need always_bcc, and was having a problem with postfix duplicating the
>>> messages as a result.
>>> Webmail now properly attaches the disclaimer footer using my amavisd
>>> config, but somehow submission clients are bypassing the MYNETS
>>> policy, which is where "allow_disclaimers = 1" is set.
>>> Here's a snapshot from the logs. "" is the remote host
>>> and "" is the amavisd host.
>> Deliver submission mail to amavis on a decicated amavis port. Map that port to
>> a policy bank e.g. MYNETS.
> Can you guide me to where I can find information on how to do that?

I've spent quite a bit more time on this, trying to figure out how to
create another dedicated port by following

Is this the correct document to be using? I tried implementing these
steps, including the pre-cleanup, and other postfix changes apparently
remapping the cleanup service for the always_bcc option, and it still
results in duplicated messages and no disclaimer footer.

Can you help me to understand which parts of that document, if any, I
should be concentrating on, and how it relates to my situation?


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