hamei wrote:anyway, if you are running Postfix I would suggest not allowing relaying from your local network addresses.
shel wrote:You can control Postfix's idea of what your local network is, and, unless you specify addresses that aren't really on your network, it's bulletproof in my experience. Postfix (since pretty early versions) rejects relaying by default. It's posible to override this with configuration, of course.
hamei wrote:The problem was trying to accomodate users who are not on the local network and who do not have static IP's .... pop-before-smtp is really what I needed and now that I've kinda given up on the hokey workarounds I was using, it seems like that is actually an option via Perl. Why it isn't part of the Postfix base package is kind of a mystery to me, tho. Seems like almost everyone is travelling all over with a laptop these days. Postfix is definitely fast. Mikey likes that part !
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