RCPT (pip) (<postmaster@!change-mydomain-variable!.example.com>)

Simon Brereton simon.brereton at buongiorno.com
Thu Apr 26 19:36:00 CEST 2012

On 26 April 2012 06:45, Mark Martinec <Mark.Martinec+amavis at ijs.si> wrote:
> Simon,
>> > So, make sure the value of $mydomain is assigned *before* this
>> > variable is used in further expressions.
>> As I said, this is set in /etc/amavis/conf.d/50-user
>> mail:~# grep -inr mydomain /etc/amavis/*
>> /etc/amavis/conf.d/50-user:14:$mydomain='myserverdomain.net';
>> /etc/amavis/conf.d/20-debian_defaults:124:$virus_admin =
>> "postmaster\@$mydomain";
> Yes, looks like a wrong order.
>> I forget why it was necessary to do this.
>> It seems to me the best solution would be to edit
>> /etc/amavis/conf.d/05-domain_id so that it is set earlier.
> Probably.
>> However, I
>> don't like the value produced by chomp($mydomain = `head -n 1
>> /etc/mailname`); because that produces mail.myserverdomtain.net and
>> that would cause the MTA to bounce the mail because
>> postmaster at mail.myservername.net does not exist.  Only
>> postmaster at myserverdomain.net does.   And I don't know enough perl to
>> fix that.  Could you suggest what I can use?
> Just assign a fixed string, i.e. move $mydomain='myserverdomain.net';
> to some file that is evaluated before $mydomain is needed by some
> later expression in config files.

EBCAK.  I'd already edited this file to and mistyped mydomain :)
chomp($mydomain = `hostname -d`);

Thanks Mark

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