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Topic: accept incomming .local RCPT ? bad guy

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Simple question maybe but I don't know if its 100% oke.
I have the problem that some people sending from a 'wrong' location like this:

postfix/smtpd[1843]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from unknown[x.x.x.x]: 554 5.7.1 <SUBNAME.AHOSTNAME.local>: Helo command rejected: Go away, bad guy (.local).; from=<test@AHOSTNAME.com> to=<a@emailadress.ext> proto=ESMTP helo=<SUBNAME.AHOSTNAME.local>

From something ending with .local , I want that's oke.

Must I change this file ?
/etc/policyd.conf

(what I have now)
WHITELISTNULL=0
GREYLISTING=0
WHITELISTSENDER=1
WHITELISTDNSNAME=0
AUTO_WHITE_LISTING=1
BLACKLISTING=1
BLACKLISTDNSNAME=0
RCPT_ACL=1
BLACKLIST_HELO=0
BLACKLISTSENDER=1
HELO_CHECK=1 <<<<<<<< -- change that one to HELO_CHECK=0 ?

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Re: accept incomming .local RCPT ? bad guy

Find '.local' in /etc/postfix/helo_access.pcre, then comment out that line. That's all.

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Re: accept incomming .local RCPT ? bad guy

Oke thanks,
After that yust service postfix restart I guess

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Re: accept incomming .local RCPT ? bad guy

No service restart is required in this case. Postfix will detect the change and reload the pcre file automatically.