[Mailman-Users] Automatically add virtual-mailman aliases to aPostfix sender access list
Yeray Gutiérrez Cedrés
ycedres at gmail.com
Thu Aug 27 11:23:48 CEST 2009
On Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 2:19 AM, Mark Sapiro<mark at msapiro.net> wrote:
> Yeray Gutiérrez Cedrés wrote:
>>I'm new to Mailman and I wonder if there is a proper way to
>>automatically add the addresses created in the virtual-mailman file
>>(when a new list is created) to a list for the check_sender_access
>>postfix restriction. For example, if I create the list "mailmantest",
>>the following is added to the virtual-mailman file:
>># STANZA START: mailmantest
>># CREATED: Wed Aug 26 11:32:36 2009
>>mailmantest at domain.tld mailmantest
>>mailmantest-admin at domain.tld mailmantest-admin
>>mailmantest-bounces at domain.tld mailmantest-bounces
>>mailmantest-confirm at domain.tld mailmantest-confirm
>>mailmantest-join at domain.tld mailmantest-join
>>mailmantest-leave at domain.tld mailmantest-leave
>>mailmantest-owner at domain.tld mailmantest-owner
>>mailmantest-request at domain.tld mailmantest-request
>>mailmantest-subscribe at domain.tld mailmantest-subscribe
>>mailmantest-unsubscribe at domain.tld mailmantest-unsubscribe
>># STANZA END: mailmantest
>>In my Postfix main.cf file I have:
>> check_sender_access hash:/etc/postfix/lists_relay,
>>The /etc/postfix/lists_relay file is like this:
>>mailmantest at domain.tld OK
>>mailmantest-admin at domain.tld OK
>>mailmantest-bounces at domain.tld OK
>>And so on.
>>I'd like those entries in the /etc/postfix/lists_relay file to be
>>created automatically after running "newlist mailmantest".
> Assuming that your lists_relay is intended to whitelist outgoing
> messages from Mailman, the -bounces entry should be sufficient as all
> messages from Mailman are sent with envelope from SOMELIST-bounces or
> mailman-bounces except in one rare circumstance, notices of
> mailman-bounces bounces are sent with envelope from mailman-loop.
Well, we have whitelists for all the outbound mail, so does messages
from Mailman. Anything not in a check_sender_access hash will be
rejected. That's why I needed this.
> I see two ways you can deal with this automatically.
> If you are comfortable with Python, you could modify
> Mailman/MTA/Postfix.py to write a third files containing the
> information you want and call postmap to update the corresponding hash
> Perhaps a simpler solution is to set POSTFIX_MAP_CMD which defaults to
> '/usr/sbin/postmap' to point instead to a shell script which does
> /usr/bin/postmap $1
> followed by a sed or whatever to create the file you want by editing
> the virtual-mailman file and finally by another postmap to update the
> hash db.
Thank you very much for your tips!
> Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> The highway is for gamblers,
> San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan
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