I have used Greylisting before and I now it can be setup to automatically whitelist a sender if the sender passes the check, that is if the sender is frequent. Is this possible with ProxMox Mail Gateway? Maybe @tom ?
Can someone point me to the right direction as I can not find a way to enable greylisting.
Below is the only thing that does appear in the logs and is related to greylisting.
tail -n 100 /var/log/mail.log | grep greylist
Aug 24 16:32:19 xxxx pmgpolicy: starting policy database...
For testing purposes I created an lxc CT with one network card
route inside CT
# ip route show
default via 10.10.10.1 dev eth0
10.10.10.0/24 dev eth0 proto kernel scope link src 10.10.10.224
Then from proxmox gui I change the gw from 10.10.10.1 to nodes...
I installed Proxmox Mail Gateway 5.0 in a privileged lxc container on top of a Debian 9 and a pve-kernel was installed. Is this supposed to happen?
Setting up pve-kernel-4.13.16-1-pve (4.13.16-45) ...
I removed 2 old kernels
apt-get remove pve-kernel-4.4.76-1-pve
apt-get remove pve-kernel-4.4.83-1-pve
this freed some space...and managed to install the new one...
i got this message
Setting up proxmox-ve (5.1-31) ...
W: APT had planned for dpkg to do more than it reported back (6 vs 10)...
I just tried to install the new kernel and I git this error
No space left on device
df -h /boot/
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda1 488M 471M 0 100% /boot
If I list content no boot partition I get this
When I login to a container and list mounts I see container's ext4 thin partition is mounted and data=prdered and I would like to change it as data=writeback. How can I do this since lxc.rootfs.options is depricated?