[Kolab-devel] Kolab server - greylisting (long)
andreas.micklei at ivistar.de
Tue Jan 22 12:19:25 CET 2008
Am Montag, 21. Januar 2008 schrieb Gelpi Andrea:
> Andreas Micklei wrote:
> > I have also installed postgrey and integrated it with kolab with a much
> > simpler although not as clean approach:
> > - install postgrey as delivered for your Linux distribution (yum install
> > postgrey on CentOS)
> > - configure postgrey to listen on a TCP Port (for example 60000,
> > put 'OPTIONS="$OPTIONS --inet=60000"' into /etc/sysconfig/postgrey on
> > CentOS) - put a check policy line with the correct port number into your
> > kolab postfix main.cf ('check_policy_service inet:127.0.0.1:60000')
> > - enable postgrey startup during system startup ('chkconfig postgrey on'
> > on CentOS)
> > In general just follow the instructions of your Linux distribution or
> > general instructions to set up postgrey. Just put the
> > check_policy_service line into the kolab postif main.cf instead of the
> > one that comes with your distribution.
> Please check postfix.sum I think now every mail is counted double.
I read postfix.sum daily and it looks okayish to me. 76% was rejected
yesterday due to greylisting, RBL or unknown receipient. Please explain what
I should look for.
Generally I just posted my instructions because this way postgrey can be
installed in a very non-intrusive way. When postfix is properly integrated
with kolab I will happily ditch my distributors postgrey and use the one of
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