Thanks for your reply.
The site who complains is checktls.com
All is green accept the cert part.
Certificate #1 of 4 (sent by MX): EXPIRED
Cert VALIDATION ERROR(S): certificate has expired
So email is encrypted but the recipient domain is not verified
Cert Hostname DOES NOT...
An customer has an connection to the spam firewall but he wants to use his own hostname (anti-spam.domain.com) which is different from the configured domain name.
This is ofcourse working, but some checks complain about the SSL certificate on the hostname (which is normal, as it...
Yes the rule I get. It is obvious the mail get blocked when it is spam.
But I'm not sure why exactly this is marked as spam and how I can prevent it?
Looks like the bottleneck is the FREEMAIL_REPLYTO. Correct?
This is what I see in the logs:
Mar 18 12:48:01 mx-1 postfix/smtpd: connect from pmgserver.url[ipaddress]
Mar 18 12:48:01 mx-1 postfix/smtpd: Anonymous TLS connection established from pmgserver.url[ipaddress]: TLSv1.3 with cipher TLS_AES_256_GCM_SHA384 (256/256 bits)...
Can anybody shed a light on why this message for example is bounced? It is an outgoing email using the PMG
Spam detection results: 4
AWL 1.099 Adjusted score from AWL reputation of From: address
BAYES_00 -1.9 Bayes spam probability is 0 to 1%
DKIM_ADSP_CUSTOM_MED 0.001 No valid author...
I'm sure this has been asked multiple times before and found already some simular posts, but i cannot get it to work.
I daily receive spam messages from bit invest. I trained spamassassin with the headers, but it seems not to be working. I also created a custom spamassassin rule for...
@Stoiko Ivanov : What I needed to do is to disable checks on these domains on the web hosting server. So they do not get checked.
The strange part is, on all other servers (out of our management) these problems did not occur.
For now, all seems to be good and is it filtering away perfectly...
Thanks, @Stoiko Ivanov
Yes, all domains are added as relay domains. MX points to PMG filters the email, and then sends it to the right server.
All domains are the same. So what can I check on the receiving server then? As the SPF is ok there.
I have a lot of domains in the filter which works great. But I have a strange issue with some domains.
In some domains, I have a lot of bounces, based on SPF issues (not allowed to sent). And on others, I do not have those issues, although the SPF is the same, and it is the same...
Sorry for bumping this thread.
I have the same issue when using CIFS to my nas. The VM is created correctly but does not start. Only after an fsck, it runs.
Reboot: the same issue again.
Switching to NFS fixes it but I want to find out why this is. Because it should run stable on CIFS also.
I tried to mount it manually and it gives me an error the rootfs cannot be mounted.
Run a pct fsck 103 and now it starts. Looks like the container gets corrupt
Problem is when i create a new container, it is also corrupted.
It applies only to CT not to VM
What is wrong here?