Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-09 Thread perryh
why are you not using your ISP to relay emails, using its mail gateway (which should have a static IP address)? ... I do not like the fact that a number of governments (including most european ones) now have the right to access all emails that pass through an ISP's server. They do not have

Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-08 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On Mon, 8 Sep 2008 02:47:47 -0700, David Southwell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Could anyone tell me what entry I should make in postfix configuration files to bounce mails directed to [EMAIL PROTECTED] that emanate from a source outside my local network. Sorry to ask the question here but

Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-08 Thread David Southwell
On Monday 08 September 2008 03:57:11 you wrote: On Mon, 8 Sep 2008 02:47:47 -0700, David Southwell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Could anyone tell me what entry I should make in postfix configuration files to bounce mails directed to [EMAIL PROTECTED] that emanate from a source outside

Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-08 Thread David Southwell
On Monday 08 September 2008 03:38:05 Sahil Tandon wrote: David Southwell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Could anyone tell me what entry I should make in postfix configuration files to bounce mails directed to [EMAIL PROTECTED] that emanate from a source outside my local network. After

Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-08 Thread David Southwell
On Monday 08 September 2008 04:10:11 Sahil Tandon wrote: David Southwell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sorry to ask the question here but postfix users mailing list is currently rejecting mails from servers on a dynamic ip address - so I cannot get through to ask a question there.

Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-08 Thread Wojciech Puchar
I do not like the fact that a number of governments (including most european ones) now have the right to access all emails that pass through an ISP's only if you use big operators. BIG BROTHER is watching far too much. Frankly I am surprised that we have democracy. in democracy majority

Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-08 Thread David Southwell
On Monday 08 September 2008 04:19:11 Wojciech Puchar wrote: I do not like the fact that a number of governments (including most european ones) now have the right to access all emails that pass through an ISP's only if you use big operators. All UK operators are big operators and covered

Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-08 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On Mon, 8 Sep 2008 04:33:14 -0700, David Southwell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Monday 08 September 2008 03:57:11 you wrote: On Mon, 8 Sep 2008 02:47:47 -0700, David Southwell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Could anyone tell me what entry I should make in postfix configuration files to bounce mails

Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-08 Thread David Southwell
On Monday 08 September 2008 04:47:49 Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On Mon, 8 Sep 2008 04:33:14 -0700, David Southwell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Monday 08 September 2008 03:57:11 you wrote: On Mon, 8 Sep 2008 02:47:47 -0700, David Southwell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Could anyone tell me what

Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-08 Thread David Southwell
On Monday 08 September 2008 05:09:03 Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On Mon, 8 Sep 2008 05:21:03 -0700, David Southwell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If the same protocol was applied to physical mail then we would not have been allowed to send letters unless we had a big building to send it from and

Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-08 Thread Zbigniew Szalbot
David Southwell: In yesterday's world anyone could send a physical letter to any address anywhere in the world. I get spam letters through the letter box it is up to me to chuck them in the bin. Why should the internet be different especially when the restrictions on fixed IPs are brought

Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-08 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On Mon, 8 Sep 2008 05:21:03 -0700, David Southwell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If the same protocol was applied to physical mail then we would not have been allowed to send letters unless we had a big building to send it from and all letters would have had to have had a big building sending

Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-08 Thread Sahil Tandon
David Southwell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sorry to ask the question here but postfix users mailing list is currently rejecting mails from servers on a dynamic ip address - so I cannot get through to ask a question there. Incidentally, your IP is also listed on several RBLs. -- Sahil Tandon

Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-08 Thread David Southwell
On Monday 08 September 2008 05:03:30 Zbigniew Szalbot wrote: David Southwell: In yesterday's world anyone could send a physical letter to any address anywhere in the world. I get spam letters through the letter box it is up to me to chuck them in the bin. Why should the internet be

Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-08 Thread Sahil Tandon
David Southwell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Could anyone tell me what entry I should make in postfix configuration files to bounce mails directed to [EMAIL PROTECTED] that emanate from a source outside my local network. After permitting your networks in the smtpd_recipient_restrictions, use

Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-08 Thread Gerard
On Mon, 8 Sep 2008 05:35:14 -0700 David Southwell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I agree and they do BUT they need a warrant to do so!! That is the safeguard. With the internet no warrant is needed. There is no protection for civil liberties as applies with pohysical mail. First of all, this is

Re: Postfix issue

2008-09-08 Thread Jay Chandler
David Southwell wrote: I pay for my connection to receive.. and pay for my connection to send. Some people just want to not paly their part in absorbing the risks that go with participation. It is up to us to defend our systems. Your server, your rules. You can whitelist or blacklist anyone