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Old 8th February 2013, 08:42
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Default Amavis: Open relay? Nonlocal recips but not originating

I know this warning has been added to Amavis to flag mails from non-local senders to non-local recipients. I have been trying to get rid of the warning in case the sender is SASL authenticated.

One recommendation I found was this:
Code:
$interface_policy{'10024'} = 'SASL_AUTH';
$policy_bank{'SASL_AUTH'} = {
  originating => 1,
};
But this goes way too far as ALL mails are routed from postfix to Amavis via port 10024. Using the submission port for authenticated senders is fine but I can't force all my people to do it.

Does anybody have a good solution for this? Maybe a second Amavis port for authenticated senders? Any better idea?
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