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Thread: YaST2 Documentation / specially MTA

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    waggi2009 NNTP User

    Post YaST2 Documentation / specially MTA

    Hi,

    I can't find any detailled documentation for some yast modules, specially NETWORK SERVICES -> MAIL TRANSFER AGENT.

    In ADVANCED CONFIGURATION -> MAILSERVER PREVENTION for example: what does OFF/MEDIUM/HARD stand for?

    Will Spam-Mails be blocked or marked? Is there a spam-score-level? Or if I configure RBL Servers, will they be blocked or will they increase the spam-score-level?

    Are there any further informations?

    Thanks,
    Mike

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    Camalen NNTP User

    Default Re: YaST2 Documentation / specially MTA

    waggi2009 wrote:

    > I can't find any detailled documentation for some yast modules,
    > specially NETWORK SERVICES -> MAIL TRANSFER AGENT.


    Are you running sles/sled? :-?

    > In ADVANCED CONFIGURATION -> MAILSERVER PREVENTION for example: what
    > does OFF/MEDIUM/HARD stand for?


    They seem to be "levels": off (disable) / medium (conservative) / hard
    (aggressive)

    > Will Spam-Mails be blocked or marked? Is there a spam-score-level? Or
    > if I configure RBL Servers, will they be blocked or will they increase
    > the spam-score-level?


    Dunno, I always do a manual tweak of that settings O:-)

    > Are there any further informations?


    I found an article under Cool Solutions:

    http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/feature/16264.html

    Greetings,

    --
    Camalen

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    waggi2009 NNTP User

    Default Re: YaST2 Documentation / specially MTA

    Thanks for your reply.

    I'm running opensuse 11.1

    Right, they seem to be "levels", but I want to know the effect of these "levels". Will they block or mark mails, what will happen?

    I already know this article, but im looking for some parameter dokumentation (specially fr Figure 16 for expample)

    Greetings,
    Mike

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    waggi2009 NNTP User

    Default Re: YaST2 Documentation / specially MTA

    OK, just found the information I looked for.

    It seems that this YaST module doesn't use amavis for anti-spam (only for anti-virus). It seems to use some postfix build-in features for uce-conform checking. Details can be found here:
    Postfix Configuration - UCE Controls

    For my understanding, it will reject mails.

    /etc/sysconfig/postfix ansered my question

    Mike

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