RelayedOpenRelay, why?

bilo at bilo at
Sat May 11 13:46:11 CEST 2013

Il 11/05/2013 12:00, amavis-users-request at ha scritto:
> you need to fix your basic amavis configuration.
> Add your static IPs to @mynetworks and domains to receive mail to to
> @local_domains_maps.
> Route (your) dynamic IPs via a submission service (SMTP AUTH) to a dedicated
> $policy_bank and mark everything that enters that policy_bank as "originating"
> e.g. like that:
> $interface_policy{'10026'} = 'MYSUBMITTERS';
> $policy_bank{'MYSUBMITTERS'} = {
>      originating              => 1,
>      final_spam_destiny       => D_BOUNCE,
>      final_virus_destiny      => D_REJECT,
>      final_banned_destiny     => D_PASS,
>      final_bad_header_destiny => D_PASS,
>      banned_filename_maps     => ['MYNETS-DEFAULT'],
>      warnbadhsender           => 1
> };

Yes, as I wrote at the beginning I already did it. is configured to have SMTP authenticated traffic sent to 
amavis thrugh port 10026, a policy bank is set up accordingly, and that 
kind of traffic is not marked as {RelayedOpenRelay}, indeed.

Some traffic comes from "local" networks (@mynetworks). It should be 
going to 10024 and relative policy bank also flags it originating=1.

By the way, I still get some RelayedOpenRelay flag and I was wondering why.
They seem to be associated to messages being forwarded somewhere else.
And I suspect it could be related to the fact that I'm using virtual 

BTW, maybe I'll find some good advice in your blog. Thank you very much!

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