1 (edited by rk 2013-07-23 20:49:48)

Topic: Use e-mail address of maillist as outgoing address

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Is it possible to modify postfix configuration to allow use e-mail address of maillist as outgoing address?

Currently it triggers error "Sender address rejected: not owned by user".

I can resolve this by removing reject_sender_login_mismatch / reject_authenticated_sender_login_mismatch from postfix configuration, but this is more workaround than a solution. Perfect solution will be if internal members/administrators of the list can use the list address as their From: address.

Use case for this model is for example company with list info@example.org and members user1@example.org, user2@example.org. Both users will receive mail sent to info@example.org, but currently can not send mail from this address (except the workaround above, but that cancels the check for other domains/users as well), which in this company may be the desired workflow.

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Re: Use e-mail address of maillist as outgoing address

Hi rk,

As far as i know, we cannot use Postfix existing config to achieve your request. But maybe you can modify our iRedAPD plugin to achieve it:
https://bitbucket.org/zhb/iredapd/src/d … at=default

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Re: Use e-mail address of maillist as outgoing address

I would rather do this on postfix side if that's possible.

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Re: Use e-mail address of maillist as outgoing address

Hi rk,

I'm sorry that i have a typo error in my previous reply, here's fixed one:

As far as i know, we cannot use Postfix existing config to achieve your request.

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Re: Use e-mail address of maillist as outgoing address

ZhangHuangbin wrote:

Hi rk,

I'm sorry that i have a typo error in my previous reply, here's fixed one:

As far as i know, we cannot use Postfix existing config to achieve your request.


ah, ok :-)

I'll look into the iRedAPD plugin, thanks.