Recent content by Laurens B

  1. [SOLVED] PMG LXC container: Question about nesting and security

    Aha, clear! Thanks for the quick clarification. As I understand this will be the same for all future (upgraded and new) Debian 11 and other containers with new systemd version. Might be an idea to make a note in the upgrade guides for PVE and PMG.
  2. [SOLVED] PMG LXC container: Question about nesting and security

    Running PMG as LXC container on Proxmox Virtual Environment. Just upgraded it from 6.4 to 7.0. When troubleshooting slow SSH logins I found the solution is to enable nesting (https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/delay-to-log-in-ssh-session-after-upgrade-from-6-x-to-7-x.92755/), and it worked, SSH...
  3. [SOLVED] Issue with sync

    Is this intended? I stumbled upon this nesting needing to be enabled to fix slow SSH logins (https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/delay-to-log-in-ssh-session-after-upgrade-from-6-x-to-7-x.92755/), but according to Oguz it's considered less secure to enable it on a container...
  4. Fetchmail config not changed after IP change of Default Relay

    Nope. Changed IP via PVE, rebooted ct, ran `pmgconfig sync` and fetchmail config still has the old IP. Only "touching" a setting in a fetchmail entry (change, OK, change back, OK) seems to update the fetchmail config. Btw, also tried changing IP via PMG interface, but that doesn't work. PVE...
  5. Fetchmail config not changed after IP change of Default Relay

    Aaah, you're right, it is PMG's address indeed. Sorry for the confusion. Btw, there's definitively a slash, exactly like I posted above. I haven't customized it's template, so this is from the stock template in /var/lib/pmg: smtphost [% ipconfig.int_ip %]/[% pmg.mail.ext_port %] Hmmm, well...
  6. Fetchmail config not changed after IP change of Default Relay

    After I changed the IP address of the internal mail server behind PMG, I updated the IP address of the Default Relay host (Configuration -> Mail Proxy -> Relaying -> Default Relay) in PMG accordingly. I tested sending a mail from outside and PMG correctly passed it through to the mail server. I...
  7. Fetchmail config not changed after IP change of Default Relay

    After I changed the IP address of the Default Relay host (Configuration -> Mail Proxy -> Relaying -> Default Relay) I noticed fetchmail didn't work. It still had the old relay-host IP address in it's config, apparently it wasn't re-generated after changing the Default Relay. Changing a setting...
  8. Difference between status "accepted/accepted" and "accepted/delivered"

    No problem, glad I can contribute a small bit. Please let me know if you need additional info.
  9. Difference between status "accepted/accepted" and "accepted/delivered"

    Almost all mails have the status "accepted/delivered" (in Tracking Center), but mail sometimes gets status "accepted/accepted". I can't figure out the difference between those statuses. The latter one isn't included in the help...
  10. Hide internal hosts - what is it doing?

    I stumbled upon this too. Managed to remove the last header using Postfix option to filter headers using header_check: 1) Copied main.cf template from /var/lib/pmg/templates/ to /etc/pmg/templates/ and added: # # Control content of headers with Postfix built-in content inspection. # For pcre...

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