Re: My aliases don't work

2016-09-06 Thread Swa Frantzen
One can refine that to only do local delivery for a specified list of addresses in order to avoid risking in the long term to have local delivery to mailboxes that are never going to be read. This is what I have (simplified a little bit to not have multiple interfaces etc.) # more

Re: My aliases don't work

2016-09-06 Thread Swa Frantzen
Unfortunately, one can only do aliases for local delivery (“deliver” needs to be in there, not relay if you have alias on that line) AFAIK there’s no accepted syntax that allows to even specify it in the configuration. [I’d love to be proven wrong, as I need it as well] So, you have 2 paths as

Re: My aliases don't work

2016-09-06 Thread Mik J
Hello Edgar, Sorry This is a very simple question but yet didn't find the answer.I have a machine m1 which is a webserver. On openbsd there are daily reports and I want them to be sent to an external address. # grep ^root /etc/mail/aliasesroot: myexternaladdr...@mydomain.org After

Re: My aliases don't work

2016-09-06 Thread Edgar Pettijohn
On 16-09-06 21:53:14, Mik J wrote: > Hello, > This is a very simple question but yet didn't find the answer.I have a > machine m1 which is a webserver. On openbsd there are daily reports and I > want them to be sent to an external address. > # grep ^root /etc/mail/aliasesroot:

My aliases don't work

2016-09-06 Thread Mik J
Hello, This is a very simple question but yet didn't find the answer.I have a machine m1 which is a webserver. On openbsd there are daily reports and I want them to be sent to an external address. # grep ^root /etc/mail/aliasesroot: myexternaladdress@mydomain.orgAfter modifying the aliases

Re: tool-stats

2016-09-06 Thread Mischa
Hi Giovanni, Nope... native. Only running this machine with a honeypot domain at the moment. # uname -a OpenBSD br1 6.0 GENERIC.MP#0 amd64 Mischa > On 06 Sep 2016, at 18:22, Giovanni Bechis wrote: > > On 09/06/16 18:10, Mischa wrote: >> Hi All, >> >> Did something else

Re: tool-stats

2016-09-06 Thread Giovanni Bechis
On 09/06/16 18:10, Mischa wrote: > Hi All, > > Did something else change in 6.0 in regards to logging? > > tool-stats remains very empty. > in OpenBSD 6.0 works file, are you running portable (on Linux) ? - tool-stats - smtpd log

tool-stats

2016-09-06 Thread Mischa
Hi All, Did something else change in 6.0 in regards to logging? tool-stats remains very empty. # zcat /var/log/maillog.6.gz | tool-stats tool-stats - smtpd log statistics (c) 2016 Joerg Jung Mon Aug 27 15:00:01 - Tue Aug 28 15:00:01 Messages: smtp: 0 mta: 0 mda: 0 reject: 4327 Throughput:

Filter withdrawals

2016-09-06 Thread Edgar Pettijohn
I'm thinking of starting a support group for others suffering from filter withdrawal. Upgraded to 6.0 over the weekend and went back to using spampd and sieve. Is there any other options besides amavis? I really miss filter-regex. Haven't had any luck finding a replacement just curious if