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Article: 1472
From: Christopher Lindsey
Date: 2007-03-03 09:07:48 -0500
Subject: Re: milter-ahead rejecting non-FQDN addresses?

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> > We've noticed that recipient addresses without a FQDN are now being 
> > rejected, whereas with the previous versions (1.5.123/1.62.835) 
> > the messages were going through. 
> 
> Was there any mail log messages related to this that might have given a 
> more details reason? Helps me narrow down where I should focus my attention.

Hi Anthony,

Here are the logs from a session yesterday:

   Mar  2 13:25:52 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 NOQUEUE: filterOpen(8078690,
'foo.example.com', [10.0.0.1])
   Mar  2 13:25:52 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 NOQUEUE: enter
smfAccessClient(807b648, milter-ahead-connect:, foo.example.com, 10.0.0.1, 0, 0)
   Mar  2 13:25:52 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 NOQUEUE: enter
smfAccessPattern(807b648, "foo.example.com", "(NULL)...", 0)
   Mar  2 13:25:52 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 NOQUEUE: exit 
smfAccessPattern(807b648, "foo.example.com", "(NULL)...", 0) rc=_
action=''
   Mar  2 13:25:52 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 NOQUEUE: enter
smfAccessPattern(807b648, "10.0.0.1", "(NULL)...", 0)
   Mar  2 13:25:52 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 NOQUEUE: exit 
smfAccessPattern(807b648, "10.0.0.1", "(NULL)...", 0) rc=_ action=''
   Mar  2 13:25:52 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 NOQUEUE: exit 
smfAccessClient(807b648, milter-ahead-connect:, foo.example.com, 10.0.0.1, 0, 0) access=95
   Mar  2 13:25:59 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 l22JPqqC010378:
filterMail(8078690, 80786e0) MAIL='<lindsey@example.com>'
   Mar  2 13:25:59 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 l22JPqqC010378:
address='lindsey@example.com' localleft='lindsey' localright='' domain='example.com'
auth='(NULL)'
   Mar  2 13:25:59 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 l22JPqqC010378: enter
smfAccessPattern(807b648, "lindsey@example.com", "(NULL)...", 0)
   Mar  2 13:25:59 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 l22JPqqC010378: exit 
smfAccessPattern(807b648, "lindsey@example.com", "(NULL)...", 0) rc=_
action=''
   Mar  2 13:25:59 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 l22JPqqC010378:
sender=<lindsey@example.com> access=? skipConnection=0 skipMessage=0
   Mar  2 13:26:03 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 l22JPqqC010378:
filterRcpt(8078690, 807b408) RCPT='<lindsey>' rcpt_addr='lindsey' rcpt_host=''
rcpt_mailer='local'
   Mar  2 13:26:03 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 l22JPqqC010378: address='lindsey'
localleft='lindsey' localright='' domain=''
   Mar  2 13:26:03 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 l22JPqqC010378: enter
smfAccessPattern(807b648, "lindsey", "(NULL)...", 0)
   Mar  2 13:26:03 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 l22JPqqC010378: exit 
smfAccessPattern(807b648, "lindsey", "(NULL)...", 0) rc=_ action=''
   Mar  2 13:26:03 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 l22JPqqC010378: recipient
<lindsey> has unknown TLD
   Mar  2 13:26:03 zanamavir milter-ahead[10345]: 00005 l22JPqqC010378:
recipient=<lindsey> access=J skipConnection=0 skipRecipient=0
   Mar  2 13:26:03 zanamavir sendmail[10378]: l22JPqqC010378: milter=milter-ahead,
action=rcpt, reject=550 5.7.1 recipient blocked
   Mar  2 13:26:03 zanamavir sendmail[10378]: l22JPqqC010378: Milter: to=<lindsey>,
reject=550 5.7.1 recipient blocked

I *did* confirm that the call-ahead-host does accept unqualified names with
a 250 code, although it looks like the milter rejects the address before
any call-ahead is made.

Thanks for any help!

Chris

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