On Tue, 2007-05-29 at 17:42 -0400, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
I am receiving spam to a local address,
"at@wahoo....", which is
aliased to root and then to me. I would like to limit the receipt of
mail to that address to only local mail, but do not know how.
I have entered the address in access and header_checks as REJECT, but
has no affect.
I set this up many moons ago so I don't remember where I got the info
from. Perhaps webmin had info on it.
I have a file in /etc/postfix called incoming_access that has entries
like the following:
There are many more entries.
In main.cf I have an entry as follows (all on one line):
Some of the entries I know are not kosher, especially the one for
mailer-daemon, but I no longer get mail for root or any others in the
list unless it comes from my local domain.
You'll need to run postmap /etc/postfix/incoming_access and restart
postfix for this to work.
Hope this helps.
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