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Exclude domain from unknown sender check, 04.04.2018 23:03

Postfix provides the reject_unknown_sender_domain check which allows to only accept incoming e-mails sent from domains which actually exist.

Unfortunately there exists this one external service which uses a non-existing subdomain to send their notification e-mails. Thus all their notifications get rejected.

The following configuration allows to keep the reject_unknown_sender_domain check in place, but to exclude a specific domain from this check.

# snippet in main.cf
smtpd_sender_restrictions = check_sender_access pcre:/etc/postfix/sender_domain_verification
# exclude regex in sender_domain_verification
!/@domain\.to\.exclude\.com$/ reject_unknown_sender_domain

Your distribution might ship Postfix support for pcre matches in a dedicated package which needs to be installed separately (in the case of Debian you need to install the postfix-pcre package).

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