Postfix - where to setup the you are not me option?
I'm trying to stop e-mail spoofing our domain by using "you are not me" method following the instruction from the link below but with pfsense file structure. Everything works great until i do anything via the web gui and after a saved, the setting inside main.cf remove check_helo_access hash:/usr/local/etc/postfix/helo.access . Now every morning I'm getting an e-mail message from me sending to me, telling me about a job offer to work from home >:(.
reference from: http://www.bowe.id.au/michael/isp/postfix-server.htm
smtpd_helo_required = yes
All config is created by package gui. If you need to include a file hack, do it on postfix.inc
Are you using latest version? did you configured helo acl?
Thanks for responding,
I using 2.0.2-RELEASE, if it does make a different i can definitely update to the latest version.
I did enable the Antispam -> Helo Hostname -> checked, but people in my office saying they're not getting e-mail from legitimate sender. I assume this must have block some host using outside e-mail server that doesn't match their dns record. Where is the helo acl area? is this part of the new release?
Where is the helo acl area? is this part of the new release?
Using the following version:
built on Fri Apr 12 10:27:15 EDT 2013
I can't seem to get this working, i added my domain under services->postfix forwarder->access lists->helo
Still, i'm getting e-mail send to me by me from an outsider source.
Perhaps, i'm placing it in the wrong place? Any help would greatly appreciated.
Many spams send a correct header but on mail change sender info on mail data.
on my setup I do not use the ^ on helo info
my domain restrictions are placed on acls helo and sender field