Properly "locking" a useraccount (on a proxy)

Urban Loesch bind at
Tue Oct 21 18:50:03 UTC 2014


Am 21.10.2014 20:37, schrieb Ralf Hildebrandt:
> * Ralf Hildebrandt <r at>:
>> 2) defer LMTP delivery somehow (Postfix is talking to dovecot's LMTP server)
> I could of course put a mysql: query into postfix which would return
> user at domain retry:
> for the "locked" user. But I'm lazy and would prefer a single place /
> a single query to lock the account

Why do you not put the mails on hold in some frontend postfix queue (i 
think you have) with a check_recipient_access table? We did that during 
our last migration from an old CGP system.

Ok, it's not the elegant way but for us it worked.

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