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A fast, secure, and flexible mailer

Postfix aims to be an alternative to the widely-used sendmail program.

    Wietse Venema <wietse@porcupine.org>

Source Files (show unmerged sources)

Filename Size Changed Actions
check_mail_queue 477 Bytes about 6 years ago Download File
ipv6_disabled.patch 518 Bytes about 2 years ago Download File
pointer_to_literals.patch 2.57 KB 2 months ago Download File
postfix-3.1.1.tar.gz 4.14 MB 4 days ago
postfix-SuSE.tar.gz 34.5 KB 4 days ago Download File
postfix-main.cf.patch 4.06 KB 2 months ago Download File
postfix-master.cf.patch 3.05 KB 2 months ago Download File
postfix-mysql.tar.bz2 1.92 KB almost 2 years ago Download File
postfix-no-md5.patch 1018 Bytes 10 months ago Download File
postfix-post-install.patch 0 Bytes 2 months ago Download File
postfix-rpmlintrc 292 Bytes almost 2 years ago Download File
postfix-ssl-release-buffers.patch 850 Bytes 2 months ago Download File
postfix-vda-v13-3.10.0.patch 53.1 KB 2 months ago Download File
postfix.changes 158 KB 4 days ago Download File
postfix.spec 25.2 KB 4 days ago Download File

Latest Revision

Dirk Mueller Dirk Mueller (dirkmueller) accepted request 397601 4 days ago (revision 235)
- bnc#981097 config.postfix creates broken main.cf for tls client configuration 
- bnc#981099 /etc/sysconfig/postfix: POSTFIX_SMTP_TLS_CLIENT incomplete
- update to 3.1.1:
- The new address_verify_pending_request_limit
  parameter introduces a safety limit for the number of address
  verification probes in the active queue.  The default limit is 1/4
  of the active queue maximum size. The queue manager enforces the
  limit by tempfailing probe messages that exceed the limit. This
  design avoids dependencies on global counters that get out of sync
  after a process or system crash.
- Machine-readable, JSON-formatted queue listing with "postqueue -j"
  (no "mailq" equivalent). 
- The milter_macro_defaults feature provides an optional list of macro
  name=value pairs. These specify default values for Milter macros when
  no value is available from the SMTP session context.
- Support to enforce a destination-independent delay between email
  deliveries.  The following example inserts 20 seconds of delay
  between all deliveries with the SMTP transport, limiting the delivery
  rate to at most three messages per minute.
      smtp_transport_rate_delay = 20s  
- Historically, the default setting "postscreen_dnsbl_ttl = 1h" assumes
  that a "not found" result from a DNSBL server will be valid for one
  hour.  This may have been adequate five years ago when postscreen
  was first implemented, but nowadays, that one hour can result in
  missed opportunities to block new spambots. 
  To address this, postscreen now respects the TTL of DNSBL "not
  found" replies, as well as the TTL of DNSWL replies (both "found"
  and "not found").  The TTL for a "not found" reply is determined
  according to RFC 2308 (the TTL of an SOA record in the reply).
  Support for DNSBL or DNSWL reply TTL values is controlled by two

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