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Old 07-27-2009
POSTFIX - Filter Action for senders not specified in check_sender_access

hi all.

Am using check_sender_access in to check sender email address.
i placed the senders and the action to take like this : FILTER smtp:10025 FILTER smtp:xxxx

I want to take a default action for senders not in this list.

allother_senders FILTER smtp:xxxx

can someone plz advise how can this be achieved ?

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POSTFIX-ADD-POLICY(8)					      System Manager's Manual					     POSTFIX-ADD-POLICY(8)

postfix-add-policy - add policy service to Postfix SYNOPSIS
postfix-add-policy [policy name...] [username...] [argv...] DESCRIPTION
The postfix-add-policy(8) command adds an smtp policy server named policy name running using username and called as argv to etc/post- fix/ to facilitate integration of SMTP policy servers such as postgrey or postfix-policyd-spf-perl. The configuration is based on the Postfix SMTPD_POLICY_README. Adminstrators should verify it is appropriate for their requirements. The original file is copied prior to modification and left in /etc/postfix to make it possible to revert changes easily. Available in the Debian package for Postfix version 2.5.3 and later. DIAGNOSTICS
If the given policy name already appears in the, a message will be printed to standard out and will not be modified. ENVIRONMENT
MAIL_CONFIG Directory with Postfix configuration files. The postfix-add-policy(8) command should use this, but it currently doesn't. It is hard coded to /etc/postfix. This should be changed. CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS
/etc/postfix/ SEE ALSO
postconf(5), Postfix configuration LICENSE
This software is licensed under the MIT open source license. AUTHOR(S) Scott Kitterman <> POSTFIX-ADD-POLICY(8)

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