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Alex a écrit :
>>> It was only from a few users, but wonder what their experience is
>>> almost a year later.
>> Yes, reject_unknown_client_hostname is still too strict for us. And we're
>> very strict!
> Good to know. I also don't think I can easily make such a change in my
>> The "warn_if_reject" feature predates "reject_unauth_pipelining", which you
>> seem to be using successfully. I strongly suspect there was some other
>> error -- probably a simple typo in your config -- that kept warn_if_reject
>> from working for you.
> I'm trying to do:
> warn_if_reject = reject_rbl_client backscatter.spameatingmonkey.net
wrong syntax. it's
warn_if_reject reject_rbl_client $yourlist
There's no 'equal' sign.
> But it appears that's only available in later versions, so I've tried
> this, and it also doesn't work:
> warn_if_reject = reject_maps_rbl backscatter.spameatingmonkey.net
doubly wrong syntax. besides the '=' sign, reject_rbl_maps doesn't take
>> Feature: "smtpd_data_restrictions = reject_unauth_pipelining"
> It looks like I have a big project ahead of me to upgrade. What kind
> of process is involved with going from such an old version to the
> current, independent of all the other software?