excluding checks for @mynetowrks - amavis vs. postfix problem
macek at fortech.cz
Wed Sep 21 12:11:30 CEST 2011
On Wed, 21 Sep 2011, Jakob Curdes wrote:
> Am 21.09.2011 10:51, schrieb Tomas Macek:
>> I want to exclude some part of Postfix's mynetworks from Amavis spam
>> checks, but really only some part, the rest should be checked as ussual.
>> The "some part" is a subnet, in that I have all my servers sending emails,
>> that should be excluded.
>> For example here I'm trying to say, that my servers (that I want to
>> exclude) are in 192.168.0.0/29 subnet.
> A side remark: I never exclude local servers completely - what if one of
> these gets hacked and start sending out spam? You would not even notice it
> before your upstream Mail server starts to block your requests. I just give
> these machines a negative score that ensures passthrough of normal or even
> slightly spammy mail but would detect blatant bot-like spam.
> This would also solve your problem with mynetworks as you just declare the
> networks you want to exclude without a connection to postfix "mynetworks".
> I just give these machines a negative score ...
Nice, but I really don't know, how could I achieve that per IP address
(howto begin with negative score). I found only this:
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