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by pdwalker
26 Mar 2015 04:42
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Greylisting problem
Replies: 38
Views: 15968

Re: Greylisting problem [solved for me]

nope. you cannot. I solved the problem in the end edit /etc/sqlgrey/clients_ip_whitelist.local add in each ip address, line by line /etc/sqlgrey restart watch as the maillog changes from Mar 26 12:34:37 efa postfix/smtpd[14224]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from mail6.bemta17.messagelabs.com[117.120.20.71]...
by pdwalker
25 Mar 2015 11:50
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Greylisting problem
Replies: 38
Views: 15968

Re: Greylisting problem

tried that. Still getting grey listed.

I've tried:
sender domain: *
source: xxx.yyy.zzz

(the sender domains will be the original senders, not the domain of the virus removing provider/smarthost I am using).
by pdwalker
25 Mar 2015 10:42
Forum: How-to
Topic: [solved] can I avoid the greylist by incoming network ip?
Replies: 4
Views: 1445

Re: can I avoid the greylist by incoming network ip?

no, this doesn't accomplish what I need.
by pdwalker
25 Mar 2015 10:41
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Greylisting problem
Replies: 38
Views: 15968

Re: Greylisting problem

my case is a little different I have an upstream mail provider that removes all viral laden messages before passing them back to us (essentially they are our "smart host" for those particular domains. The messages they send us are greylisted when any traffic from their IPs should immediately be acce...
by pdwalker
25 Mar 2015 07:17
Forum: How-to
Topic: How to integrate E.F.A with Active Directory on 3.0.0.5
Replies: 11
Views: 30386

Re: How to integrate E.F.A with Active Directory on 3.0.0.5

...I used ASSP in the past but setup was always very difficult and getting everything to work properly together was a very tedious job... I was looking at both EFA and ASSP at the same time. Your observation about ASSP is both correct and completely understated. I did manage to get it working after...
by pdwalker
25 Mar 2015 06:36
Forum: How-to
Topic: How to integrate E.F.A with Active Directory (Part 2)
Replies: 20
Views: 47465

Re: How to integrate E.F.A with Active Directory (Part 2)

successful integration using the following settings LDAP_URI="ldap://<ip address of domain controller>:389" LDAP_BASE="DC=<domain name>,DC=<domain extension (local in my case>" LDAP_USER="<windows domain>\<login name>" LDAP_PASS="<my windows login password>" MYSQL_HOST="localhost" MYSQL_PORT="3306" ...
by pdwalker
25 Mar 2015 06:03
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Greylisting problem
Replies: 38
Views: 15968

Re: Greylisting problem

andyitc wrote:Tried adding the Class C but it didn't help

Andy
Any joy with solving your problem?
by pdwalker
25 Mar 2015 05:56
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Newbie questions...
Replies: 5
Views: 2196

Re: Newbie questions...

Keep in mind that it doesn't show where SQLGrey goes which I believe is part of the MTA process at the very start.
by pdwalker
25 Mar 2015 05:54
Forum: How-to
Topic: EFA as antispam service for multiple clients
Replies: 5
Views: 3201

Re: EFA as antispam service for multiple clients

exactly as Charles says.
by pdwalker
25 Mar 2015 05:40
Forum: How-to
Topic: Phishing Fraud Warning
Replies: 5
Views: 5110

Re: Phishing Fraud Warning

Look in the Mailscanner-Guide.pdf documentation on page 229 if you want to change the formatting of the warning The text added into the message is set in 2 settings in the [ ed: /etc/MailScanner/reports/en/ ] languages.conf file, one placed before the real address of the link, and the other placed b...
by pdwalker
25 Mar 2015 05:35
Forum: How-to
Topic: Mailscanner has detected ...........
Replies: 7
Views: 4247

Re: Mailscanner has detected ...........

Look in the Mailscanner-Guide.pdf documentation on page 228 onwards for a description of the related options.
by pdwalker
25 Mar 2015 04:53
Forum: How-to
Topic: How to view logs for a particular SpamAssassin Rule
Replies: 3
Views: 3584

Re: How to view logs for a particular SpamAssassin Rule

And that's much easier.

You only need to look at the spam assassin rules if you want to find out exactly what that condition is, assuming you can parse the regexes that is. :lol:
by pdwalker
25 Mar 2015 03:59
Forum: 3.x Bugs
Topic: Quarantine oddity
Replies: 1
Views: 1234

Re: Quarantine oddity

Nevermind, it is a function of Mailscanner controlled by /etc/MailScanner.conf, specifically

1/ Non Spam Actions =
2/ Spam Actions =
3/ High Spam Actions =

It is clear that EFA-Configure only modifies the first two MailScanner configuration options.
by pdwalker
25 Mar 2015 03:41
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Something.doc.pdf|.docx.pdf|.xls.pdf|.xlsx.pdf blocked (Bad Content)
Replies: 7
Views: 5133

Re: Something.doc.pdf|.docx.pdf|.xls.pdf|.xlsx.pdf blocked (Bad Content)

I just got bitten by this problem. There are three solutions that I can think of 1/ quick and dirty because you need it fixed now - comment out the "Attempt to hide real filename extension" rule in /etc/Mailscanner/filename.rules.conf and archives.filename.rules.conf 2/ whitelist the senders so the ...
by pdwalker
24 Mar 2015 11:18
Forum: 3.x Bugs
Topic: Quarantine oddity
Replies: 1
Views: 1234

Quarantine oddity

I've configured EFA to store a copy of non spam into quarantine Non Spam Settings [EFA] Do you want to DISABLE storing non spam ? [y/N]: n and I've configured spam to be delivered (so people can check for false positives) Spam Settings [EFA] Do you want to ENABLE spam delivery? [y/N] y With these se...
by pdwalker
23 Mar 2015 06:20
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Newbie questions...
Replies: 5
Views: 2196

Re: Newbie questions...

Have a look at the mailscanner document on page 24 of the MailScanner User Guide and Training Manual at http://www.mailscanner.info/files/MailScanner-Guide.pdf It contain's a flowchart that should be mostly correct for EFA (since EFA is based on Mailscanner). Also keep in mind that the MTA (postfix)...
by pdwalker
23 Mar 2015 06:07
Forum: How-to
Topic: [howto] Installing and using opendkim with EFA 3.0.0.7
Replies: 54
Views: 451939

[howto] Installing and using opendkim with EFA 3.0.0.7

Hi All,

[edit: see below]

I'm looking to implement DKIM and I was wondering if anyone has already done so successfully with EFA.

I'm trying to avoid doing something that will break my efa installation in horrible ways during future updates.

Any advice appreciated.
by pdwalker
22 Mar 2015 09:33
Forum: How-to
Topic: initial configuration help
Replies: 4
Views: 1666

Re: initial configuration help

I think the information is are here now:
https://efa-project.org/wiki/Beginners_Setup_Guide
by pdwalker
22 Mar 2015 09:27
Forum: How-to
Topic: message size limit
Replies: 2
Views: 1597

Re: message size limit

by pdwalker
22 Mar 2015 09:17
Forum: How-to
Topic: Max Message Size
Replies: 3
Views: 8429

Re: Max Message Size

Also consider using the webadmin module under
- servers
- Postfix Mail Server
- General Resource Control
- Max size of a message
by pdwalker
22 Mar 2015 09:05
Forum: How-to
Topic: How to view logs for a particular SpamAssassin Rule
Replies: 3
Views: 3584

Re: How to view logs for a particular SpamAssassin Rule

You'll need to examine the Spamassassin rule sets, find the rule and then work out yourself why it was triggered (in 3.0.0.7, built from scratch) cd /var/lib/spamassassin/3.004000/updates.spamassassin_org [root@efa updates_spamassassin_org]# grep SPOOF_COM2OTH * 20_uri_tests.cf:uri SPOOF_COM2OTH m{^...
by pdwalker
22 Mar 2015 08:16
Forum: 3.x Bugs
Topic: Mysql optimisation.
Replies: 3
Views: 2021

Re: Mysql optimisation.

Also recommended:

Code: Select all

[mysqld]
innodb_file_per_table=1
This creates a separate file for each innodb table, which allows you to optimize and shink them separately.
by pdwalker
21 Mar 2015 09:48
Forum: How-to
Topic: [solved] can I avoid the greylist by incoming network ip?
Replies: 4
Views: 1445

[solved] can I avoid the greylist by incoming network ip?

Is there a way to avoid the greylist for certain incoming ip address network ranges, e.g. "192.168.1.0/24" Some of our mail comes from a could email service provider with well defined service ip addresses, and everything they send us is "clean", thus we never want to slow them down. Possible? Thanks...