noeldude at gmail.com
Thu Jun 2 09:56:06 PDT 2005
On 6/1/05, Kirk Strauser <kirk at strauser.com> wrote:
> On Wednesday 01 June 2005 12:44 pm, Bart Silverstrim wrote:
> > That's where I was a little confused (kirk? Insight, clarification?)
> > because I thought that line would have it pass the message to another
> > queue on port 10023 of the localhost, like the way Amavis runs.
> That's correct.
> > I didn't know if that meant it would be running three postfix queues now
> > or if it is just a misunderstanding on my part.
> Sort of, in a way, except that in theory any MTA (or other process) could use
> the amavis or postgrey ports, so they're not exactly Postfix-specific.
> Kirk Strauser
The above is wrong.
The postfix policy service only passes the envelope information
(client IP, HELO, MAIL FROM, RCPT TO) to the policy daemon (postgrey
in this instance), not the message itself, and expects a standard
postfix access table action in reply, such as DEFER, REJECT, DUNNO,
etc. No queue is involved. The postfix policy service is
postfix-specific and not likely useful with other MTAs unless/until
they specifically add support for this type of access map.
This is very different from amavisd-new which expects to receive the
entire message via SMTP from postfix.
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