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Re: spamassassin/postfix - not accepting the false "from" messages

## Wojciech Ziniewicz (wojciech.ziniewicz@gmail.com):

> One more thing. I came to conclusion that i don't have to filter my
> local mail with amavis/spamassassin . It's simply unnecessary .
> I was trying to disable it ( defining my local_domains_acl in amavis
> etc.) and nothing helps.
> Is there any way to do this easily ?

That depends on how you define "local". If your local mail (and only
your local mail) originates from a fixed IP range, adjust @mynetworks
in amavisd.conf and have a look at MYNETS nad the policy banks.
If all your local mail is authenticated (SASL or certificates), set
up a smtpd as "submission service" on port 587 with "-o smtpd_proxy_filter="
in master.cf. Make sure it only accepts autheticated mail, I think
(not tested), a "-o smtpd_recipient_restrictions=permit_sasl_authenticated,
permit_tls_clientcerts" will do.


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