Bounce management with postfix relay host

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perun
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Bounce management with postfix relay host

Post by perun » Wed Dec 04, 2019 12:47 pm

Hi,

We have OpenEMM installed on AWS on Amazon Linux 2 OS with DB on remote MySQL Aurora and local postfix relay linked to our main postfix-based mailserver (on another EC2).

It works in principle but I still struggle with bounce management. Is there any chance I could get some help here? OpenEMM server has MX configured on a subdomain, my initial idea was to configure mail forwarding from the main mailserver to OpenEMM for any bounces. It doesn't seem to be working though. What is the best approach here to make bounce management working here?

Thanks,

Matt

perun
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Re: Bounce management with postfix relay host

Post by perun » Fri Dec 20, 2019 1:58 pm

Hi,

No answer yet. In case it helps anyone, I reverted to using our internal bounce management script (based on Sisimai) to update relevant tables on OpenEMM. It feels like the most reliable and simplest solution for our architecture, we get users blacklisted the way we expect.

Thanks,

Matt

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