postfix: sender non-delivery notifications go to root, not the sender
Hi there, I'm porting a couple of our anti-virus servers from debian lenny to ubuntu 10.04.
On the old server, if you send a virus, it stuffs the mail in a black hole somewhere and then sends notification to the sender.
What I'd really like it to do is send a message to the intended recipient but right now the new server sends the notification to the root user.
I can't figure out why this is happening, I've got the same aliases, postfix, amavis, clamav and spamassassin configs.
I've run newaliases and rebooted about a billion times
I seem to have figured it out, but I don't quite understand it.
In my amavis/conf.d/20_debian_defaults, on the debian server I have this line
$final_virus_destiny = D_DISCARD;
according to this page
that means it should dump the mail and tell no-one, however it dumps the mail and tells the sender
On the ubuntu server, D_Discard behaves as it should (IE, telling no-one) so I've changed that to D_BOUNCE and now the sender is getting notifications.
Anyway, does anyone have an idea about how to send notifications to the reicipient?
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