Re: How to set from: for bounce mails from OpenSMTPD

2020-02-24 Thread Thomas Bohl

I have the same problem (my logs look the same) and are very interested
in a solution.


I was wondering which version of OpenBSD are you using? and which version of 
Dovecot?


Fully syspatched and 'pkg_add -u'ed
OpenBSD 6.5
OpenSMTPD 6.5.0
dovecot-2.3.9.2v0

I usually upgrade in a timely manner to the latest stable, but due to 
circumstances I'm still on 6.5.




Have you found a solution in the mean time?


Haven't found time to investigate further. I hope to find time in a view 
weeks to upgrade and look again into this topic. Will post an update if 
I find a solution.




Re: "bouncing messages from ..." (was: request (privately) for maillog)

2020-02-24 Thread gilles
February 24, 2020 6:54 PM, ml+opensmtpd_m...@esmtp.org wrote:

> On Mon, Feb 24, 2020, Peter J. Philipp wrote:
> 
>> I got another "bouncing messages from misc@opensmtpd.org" message. The
> 
> Me too... and it's the second time I cannot find any error log
> about such a failed delivery (I asked for more info the previous
> time it happened but so far nobody replied) so together with this
> report it seems the problem might be on the server side?


I'm investigating but I suspect it is an issue with mlmmj,
I get the same bounces ... and I'm local.

Gilles



Re: "bouncing messages from ..." (was: request (privately) for maillog)

2020-02-24 Thread ml+opensmtpd_misc
On Mon, Feb 24, 2020, Peter J. Philipp wrote:

> I got another "bouncing messages from misc@opensmtpd.org" message.  The

Me too...  and it's the second time I cannot find any error log
about such a failed delivery (I asked for more info the previous
time it happened but so far nobody replied) so together with this
report it seems the problem might be on the server side?



Re: request (privately) for maillog

2020-02-24 Thread Andreas Broecking
Same here. I was on my way to grep through my maillog in order to find out more.
Seems like it’s a general issue then?

Kind regards
Andreas

> On 24. Feb 2020, at 18:58, epektasis  wrote:
> 
> I received the same message, for the same message number.
> I get these every once in a while.  FWIW.
>T.
> 
>> On Mon, Feb 24, 2020 at 06:41:19PM +0100, Peter J. Philipp wrote:
>> Hi,
>> 
>> I got another "bouncing messages from misc@opensmtpd.org" message.  The
>> particular message was 4669 that bounced.  Yet I have no record of this in
>> my maillog, so I suspect a DNS fault.  
>> 
>> Feb 24 12:07:04 was the time when the 4668 message came to me so I suspect
>> that 4669 came after.  
>> 
>> I do have a query log for DNS and isolating the fault requires perhaps having
>> some logs from opensmtpd.org for the mail to me (if possible).  These logs
>> should state if it was a DNS fault in their own wording.
>> 
>> Every answered DNS packet should be accounted for.  I have a fairly good 
>> idea 
>> of one of the vultr nameservers that opensmtpd.org uses but there is other 
>> addresses like IPv6 addresses that I'm not sure of.  Being given a list of
>> the nameservers would help me in the debug as well.
>> 
>> Would opensmtpd.org be able to provide me the logs so I can attempt tracking
>> the problem?
>> 
>> Best Regards,
>> -peter
>> 
>> 
> 
> -- 
> 
> 




Re: request (privately) for maillog

2020-02-24 Thread Archange
Hi,

Le 24/02/2020 à 18:41, Peter J. Philipp a écrit :
> Hi,
>
> I got another "bouncing messages from misc@opensmtpd.org" message.  The
> particular message was 4669 that bounced.  Yet I have no record of this in
> my maillog, so I suspect a DNS fault.

The exact same one bounced for me, and I also do not have traces of it…
And I can’t find which one that could be by looking at the list archives.

Regards.




Re: request (privately) for maillog

2020-02-24 Thread Reio Remma

On 24.02.2020 19:41, Peter J. Philipp wrote:

Hi,

I got another "bouncing messages from misc@opensmtpd.org" message.  The
particular message was 4669 that bounced.  Yet I have no record of this in
my maillog, so I suspect a DNS fault.


I received the same message - suspect the problem was on the list side.

Good luck
Reio



Re: request (privately) for maillog

2020-02-24 Thread epektasis
I received the same message, for the same message number.
I get these every once in a while.  FWIW.
T.

On Mon, Feb 24, 2020 at 06:41:19PM +0100, Peter J. Philipp wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I got another "bouncing messages from misc@opensmtpd.org" message.  The
> particular message was 4669 that bounced.  Yet I have no record of this in
> my maillog, so I suspect a DNS fault.  
> 
> Feb 24 12:07:04 was the time when the 4668 message came to me so I suspect
> that 4669 came after.  
> 
> I do have a query log for DNS and isolating the fault requires perhaps having
> some logs from opensmtpd.org for the mail to me (if possible).  These logs
> should state if it was a DNS fault in their own wording.
> 
> Every answered DNS packet should be accounted for.  I have a fairly good idea 
> of one of the vultr nameservers that opensmtpd.org uses but there is other 
> addresses like IPv6 addresses that I'm not sure of.  Being given a list of
> the nameservers would help me in the debug as well.
> 
> Would opensmtpd.org be able to provide me the logs so I can attempt tracking
> the problem?
> 
> Best Regards,
> -peter
> 
> 

-- 




request (privately) for maillog

2020-02-24 Thread Peter J. Philipp
Hi,

I got another "bouncing messages from misc@opensmtpd.org" message.  The
particular message was 4669 that bounced.  Yet I have no record of this in
my maillog, so I suspect a DNS fault.  

Feb 24 12:07:04 was the time when the 4668 message came to me so I suspect
that 4669 came after.  

I do have a query log for DNS and isolating the fault requires perhaps having
some logs from opensmtpd.org for the mail to me (if possible).  These logs
should state if it was a DNS fault in their own wording.

Every answered DNS packet should be accounted for.  I have a fairly good idea 
of one of the vultr nameservers that opensmtpd.org uses but there is other 
addresses like IPv6 addresses that I'm not sure of.  Being given a list of
the nameservers would help me in the debug as well.

Would opensmtpd.org be able to provide me the logs so I can attempt tracking
the problem?

Best Regards,
-peter



OpenSMTPD 6.6.4p1 released: addresses CRITICAL vulnerability

2020-02-24 Thread gilles
Hello misc@,

Qualys has found another critical vulnerability in OpenSMTPD.

It is very important that you upgrade your setups AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

I can't comment yet as I was not involved in the bug fixing this time,
and didn't see the advisory, just the resulting bug fix diff.

I'll comment and do an analysis of the issue in a few days.


On OpenBSD:
---

Binary patches are available through syspatch.

Just run the syspatch command and make sure that your OpenSMTPD was restarted:

$ doas syspatch

On other systems
---

I have released version 6.6.4p1 of OpenSMTPD which addresses the vulnerability.

It is available from our website:

https://www.opensmtpd.org/archives/opensmtpd-6.6.4p1.tar.gz
https://www.opensmtpd.org/archives/opensmtpd-6.6.4p1.sum.sig

It is also available from Github:

https://github.com/OpenSMTPD/OpenSMTPD/releases/download/6.6.4p1/opensmtpd-6.6.4p1.tar.gz
https://github.com/OpenSMTPD/OpenSMTPD/releases/download/6.6.4p1/opensmtpd-6.6.4p1.sum.sig

Or using the `6.6.4p1` tag if you're building from source.



Re: How to set from: for bounce mails from OpenSMTPD

2020-02-24 Thread mabi
‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐
On Friday, February 14, 2020 5:48 PM, Thomas Bohl 
 wrote:

> I have the same problem (my logs look the same) and are very interested
> in a solution.

I was wondering which version of OpenBSD are you using? and which version of 
Dovecot?

Have you found a solution in the mean time? I am still searching and no one 
really answered yet to this mail except you.