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Re: Large Prod Env Mail Host Was [Re: ClamAV Feedback]

Ow Mun Heng wrote:
On Wed, 2004-10-27 at 16:57, Paul Howarth wrote:
Run: sendmail -d0.10 < /dev/null

The output should include LDAPMAP.

Cool. What does 0.10 means? Putting only -d also works.

See http://www.ussg.iu.edu/usail/mail/debugging/ for more on debugging sendmail. You're unlikely to find a definitive list of sendmail debugging flags without looking in the source code because there are so many of them (around 200) and they change quite often.

Understand, essentially a security check then. Again, this can be done
in postfix too right(?) whether or not it's versatile, I'm not too sure.

Yes, I think Postfix has "policy daemons" you can write to set up whatever checks you want (equivalent to sendmail's milters I think). I know SPF checks can be done using a few tens of lines of perl in this way (see http://spf.pobox.com/postfix-policyd.txt).


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