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using luser_relay for catch-all with blacklist
Authored by: kg23 on May 19, '05 07:50:47PM
I was able to get "luser_relay" to work for my "one user" email domain. This allowed me to set up a catch-all without virtual_alias_maps. This also offered the ability to add known spammer email targets (like 'nospam') to a blacklist. Mail to the blacklisted addresses go to /dev/null.

I make no claims to the efficacy or security of this setup. It's working for me.

Add to
local_recipient_maps =

The local_recipient_map is empty.

Add to /etc/postfix/aliases:
devnull: /dev/null
Add "KNOWNSPAMMERS" addresses as they get discovered and annoy. Be aware that email to these addresses will receive no bounce messages.

As root:
postfix reload

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using luser_relay for catch-all with blacklist
Authored by: lipids on Jun 06, '05 07:34:32PM

the luser_relay may be a deprecated feature. I am unsure. However, this does certainly seem more elegant than my solution. I am going to try it.

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