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setup_postfix [2012/07/07 00:45]
hitronic old revision restored, spam removal
setup_postfix [2017/08/11 21:59] (current)
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   * **dbmail-smtp** uses piped delivery through a short-lived process for local delivery only. A new database connection is created and used for each incoming email, reducing performance as compared to LMTP. Server-side filtering with SMTP delivery can be accomplished using a command-line filtering tool such as [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Procmail|Procmail]], or with DBMail's optional sieve support.   * **dbmail-smtp** uses piped delivery through a short-lived process for local delivery only. A new database connection is created and used for each incoming email, reducing performance as compared to LMTP. Server-side filtering with SMTP delivery can be accomplished using a command-line filtering tool such as [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Procmail|Procmail]], or with DBMail's optional sieve support.
  
-Postfix interfaces directly with MySQL or PostgreSQL to check for aliases before sending mail to dbmail (pipe or LMTP). This improves performance, especially on high-traffic servers (SPAM!). In the case of the use of dbmail-smtp, this is especially useful, because it saves a process [[http://www.gotlandweb.com/|vacation packages]] starting up and connecting to the database on every message.+Postfix interfaces directly with MySQL or PostgreSQL to check for aliases before sending mail to dbmail (pipe or LMTP). This improves performance, especially on high-traffic servers (SPAM!). In the case of the use of dbmail-smtp, this is especially useful, because it saves a process starting up and connecting to the database on every message.
  
 To use MySQL or PostgreSQL with Postfix, first install the postfix-mysql or postfix-pgsql packages (they're in Debian, probably also in other distros).  To use MySQL or PostgreSQL with Postfix, first install the postfix-mysql or postfix-pgsql packages (they're in Debian, probably also in other distros). 
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 The query MUST return a non-domain value (just use "1") The query MUST return a non-domain value (just use "1")
 if the queried domain exists or a empty set if it doesn't exist. if the queried domain exists or a empty set if it doesn't exist.
-Returning domains here will [[http://www.americanhomemoving.com/|moving companies]] break the delivery chain of Posfix!+Returning domains here will break the delivery chain of Posfix!
  
 **Note:** In case you use mail addresses as usernames in DBMail, **Note:** In case you use mail addresses as usernames in DBMail,
 
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