idrac6 and postfix

Nataraj incoming-dell-lists at rjl.com
Wed Aug 18 18:00:03 CDT 2010


Eugene Vilensky wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 16, 2010 at 3:23 PM, Brian A. Seklecki
> <lavalamp at spiritual-machines.org> wrote:
>   
>>> The from: address appears to be non-RFC compliant and not even an
>>> address at that.
>>>       
>> We've known about the problem since DRAC5; Actually, a strict
>> interpretation of RFC822 suggests that its valid.
>>
>> However, modern MTAs wont accept it (Courier, etc.)
>>
>> The latest 1.51 on DRAC5 seems to work around it as long as a DNS
>> suffix is setup.
>>     
>
> Thank you much.  Works great with a DNS suffix.
>
> -E
>
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If you can get the DRAC card to send something that works, that is 
probably the best solution, but just for the record,  making sure that 
your DRAC card ip address is matched in the mynetworks list and then 
making sure that in the smtpd_sender_restrictions, and possibly the 
smtpd_helo_restrictions, you include permit_mynetworks.  Note that in 
doing so, you are also reducing  the requirements, by eliminating other 
checks after the permit_mynetworks, for other hosts in the mynetworks 
list.  Access classes could be used to be used to do this only for your 
DRAC cards.

Nataraj



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