[CentOS] Postfix - message queue filling with Host or name not found - try again
indunil75 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 22 03:54:08 UTC 2010
Pls add bdgiedjhea.po6e4ina.com <Jake at bdgiedjhea.po6e4ina.com> to /etc/hosts
and , then add bdgiedjhea.po6e4ina.com <Jake at bdgiedjhea.po6e4ina.com> to
mydestination parameter in /etc/postfix/main.cf file
mydestination = $myhostname, localhost.$mydomain, localhost,
bdgiedjhea.po6e4ina.com <Jake at bdgiedjhea.po6e4ina.com>
then, restart postfix.
On Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 9:17 AM, Rob Kampen <rkampen at kampensonline.com>wrote:
> Ben McGinnes wrote:
>> On 17/11/10 7:26 AM, Rob Kampen wrote:
>>> Examining the postfix queue with postqueue -p: I see many
>>>>> (Host or domain name not found. Name service error for
>>>>> name=bdgiedjhea.po6e4ina.com type=MX: Host not found, try again)
>>>>> Jake at bdgiedjhea.po6e4ina.com
>>>>> My question - why does this stay in the message queue - why not dumped
>>>>> back with message undeliverable or dropped?
>> What is the complete output of postqueue -p? What is the From address
>> and, more to the point, is it MAILER-DAEMON?
> Yes it is
>>> Agreed, however this opens a potential DoS attack vector - I'm
>>> trying to determine why my postfix even has these requests present
>>> as I'm not initiating the emails (as far as I know) and I do not
>>> forward emails for any other domains.
>>> I feel like I'm missing something......confused maybe
>> It could be backscatter.
>> Run postqueue -p and pick one of the messages, it shouldn't matter
>> which. Then run:
>> postcat -q $MSGID | less
>> Where $MSGID is one of the messages in the queue. That will show you
>> the message and headers. I'd be willing to bet it's your server
>> trying to send a rejection/spam detection to a server.
> Correct - thanks for the pointers on how to track it down - so now my
> question is how do I set things up to simply try this once and then drop it,
> rather than queue it up for the next five days with all the attendant dns
> errors. This is definitely at the boundaries of my mail setup experience -
> for some reason the other two mail servers I run do not seem to get the same
> level of spam and thus I seldom notice this.
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