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Old 16th July 2008, 14:58
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I've searched and searched but couldn't find anything on this.
I want to make sure certain subnets can deliver ALL mail to our ISPconfig server, but still limit other mail servers.
A lot of our customers use a third party SPAM filtering service to clean the mail before even getting to our server. Needless to say, a lot of connections come from their subnets for delivery.
Is there a postfix directive to make sure that they NEVER get stopped?

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