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Topic: Whitelisting, get Greylisting to ignore domain and subnet.

Whitelisting, get Greylisting to ignore domain and subnet.

System:
Debian 6 64bit
iRedMail 0.8.5 (MySQL backend)
iRedAdmin-Pro v1.7.0 (MySQL)


I'm using iRedAdmin-Pro v1.7.0. I'm adding domain and subnet in the “add -> whitelists” (Whitelist records)tab in the iRedAdmin-pro user interface.

1.I add %.domain.ltd in whitelist but when I look in the logs I still have
”Recipient address rejected: Policy Rejection- Please try later” for that domain.

2.I also add the subnet for that domain. xx.xx.%.% but I still get ”Recipient address rejected: Policy Rejection- Please try later” for that subnet.

3.How is the synatax for adding describtion when you add whitelist in  Whitelist records field. I try nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn #description and domain.tld #description but it won't accept it.

4. How do I edit records in the whitelist?

Have I misunderstood the logs?

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Re: Whitelisting, get Greylisting to ignore domain and subnet.

Please refer to Cluebringer official wiki site:
http://wiki.policyd.org/greylisting

3 (edited by tyllee 2013-08-05 19:59:20)

Re: Whitelisting, get Greylisting to ignore domain and subnet.

ZhangHuangbin wrote:

Please refer to Cluebringer official wiki site:
http://wiki.policyd.org/greylisting


What about these two questions?

3.How is the synatax for adding describtion when you add whitelist in  Whitelist records field. I try nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn #description and domain.tld #description but it won't accept it.

4. How do I edit records in the whitelist?
From the iRedAdmin-Pro interface?

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Re: Whitelisting, get Greylisting to ignore domain and subnet.

tyllee wrote:

3.How is the synatax for adding describtion when you add whitelist in  Whitelist records field. I try nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn #description and domain.tld #description but it won't accept it.

Did you do this in Cluebringer webui?

tyllee wrote:

4. How do I edit records in the whitelist? From the iRedAdmin-Pro interface?

iRedAdmin-Pro doesn't support Cluebringer management. But we're working on it, hope it will be available in next release of iRedAdmin-Pro.

5 (edited by tyllee 2013-08-05 21:42:28)

Re: Whitelisting, get Greylisting to ignore domain and subnet.

Now I'm confused.

I don't find cluebringer.
I can't access https://server/cluebringer

I think I'm on Policyd (v1.8.x). and cluebringer is Policyd v2?
http://policyd.sourceforge.net/readme.html
This looks like the syntax in iRedAdmin-Pro interface.

How should I proceed and what whitelist should I edit?

I managed to edit the whitelist in MySQL ( postfixpolicyd ->  whitelist  and.. whitelist_dnsname)
Is this the whitelist that  Policyd (v1.8.x) uses when it does the greylisting?

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Re: Whitelisting, get Greylisting to ignore domain and subnet.

tyllee wrote:

I think I'm on Policyd (v1.8.x). and cluebringer is Policyd v2?

Sorry about my mistake.

tyllee wrote:

How should I proceed and what whitelist should I edit?

I managed to edit the whitelist in MySQL ( postfixpolicyd ->  whitelist  and.. whitelist_dnsname)
Is this the whitelist that  Policyd (v1.8.x) uses when it does the greylisting?

Could you please show us output of below commands?

# grep '[A-Z]' /etc/postfix-policyd.conf

And please remove MySQL password before pasting.

7 (edited by tyllee 2013-08-06 15:24:48)

Re: Whitelisting, get Greylisting to ignore domain and subnet.

ZhangHuangbin wrote:

Could you please show us output of below commands?

# grep '[A-Z]' /etc/postfix-policyd.conf

And please remove MySQL password before pasting.

FYI, after the edit directly in MySQL I think it started to work. The emails seems to passed without Grelistings.
Do I edit the right whitelist?

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Re: Whitelisting, get Greylisting to ignore domain and subnet.

Could you please clearly explain what you changed?

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Re: Whitelisting, get Greylisting to ignore domain and subnet.

ZhangHuangbin wrote:

Could you please clearly explain what you changed?

From phpmyadmin:
postfixpolicyd ->  whitelist   ---- record --- nnn.nnn.%.%    # Describtion
postfixpolicyd ->  whitelist_dnsname --- record --- %.domain.ltd    # Describtion

I added the sql records manually to these two tables.