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Sunday, November 7, 2021

PowerMTA Multiple Virtual PMTA Custom config file (version PowerMTA-5.0r1)

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# BEGIN: BACKOFF RULES


#N: ISP rules

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# domains that resolve to mx?.hotmail.com

domain-macro hotmail hotmail.com,msn.com,hotmail.co.uk,hotmail.fr,live.com,hotmail.it,hotmail.de,email.msn.com,email.hotmail.com,email.msn.com,hotmail.com,live.com,msn.com,webtv.com,webtv.net

<domain $hotmail>

    max-smtp-out 1 # prevent "exceeded the connection limit"

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

</domain>


# domains that resolve to ?.mx.mail.yahoo.com

domain-macro yahoo yahoo.com,yahoo.ca,rocketmail.com,ymail.com,yahoo.com.au,geocities.com,yahoo.com.mx,yahoo.com.br,altavista.com,ameritech.net,att.net,bellsouth.net,attbroadband.com,attcanada.net,attglobal.com,attglobal.net,attnet.com,attworldnet.com,bellatlantic.net,bellatlantic.net,bellsouth.com,bellsouth.net,flash.net,netzero.net,nvbell.net,pacbell.net,prodigy.com,prodigy.net,sbcglobal.net,sbcglobal.net,snet.net,swbell.com,swbell.net,toast.net,usa.net,verizon.com,verizon.net,verizonmail.com,vzwpix.com,wans.net,worldnet.att.net,yahoo.net


<domain $yahoo>

    max-msg-per-connection 2 # yahoo policy

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

</domain>


# domains that resolve to mailin-0?.mx.aol.com

domain-macro aol aol.com,aim.com,aim.net,cs.com,netscape.com,wmconnect.net,netscape.net,cs.com,mail.com,wmconnect.com,icqmail.com,email.com,usa.com

<domain $aol>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

</domain>


# domains that resolve to (alt?.)gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com

domain-macro gmail gmail.com,googlemail.com

<domain $gmail>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

</domain>

# http://feedback.comcast.net/

 <domain comcast.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>

# Ameritrade, Amitrade

 <domain tdameritrade.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Ameritrade, Amitrade

 <domain ameritrade.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>

 # Broadband

 <domain charterinternet.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Broadband

 <domain comcast.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Broadband

 <domain comcast.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>



# Broadband

 <domain comcastwork.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Broadband

 <domain cox.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Broadband

 <domain cox.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Broadband

 <domain coxinternet.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Broadband

 <domain cox-internet.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Broadband

 <domain suddenlink.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>

# Broadband

 <domain windjammer.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain centurylink.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain centurylink.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain centurytel.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain centurytel.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain cswnet.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain emadisonriver.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain emadisonriver.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain embarq.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain embarq.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain embarqmail.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain grics.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain gulftel.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain mebtel.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain qwest.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain uswest.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain uswest.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain swestmail.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Century Link

 <domain uswestmail.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Cincinnati Bell

 <domain fuse.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Cincinnati Bell

 <domain fuse.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Cincinnati Bell

 <domain zoomnet.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Cincinnati Bell

 <domain zoomtown.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Cincinnati Bell

 <domain zoomtown.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Earthlink

 <domain earthlink.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Earthlink

 <domain earthlink.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Earthlink

 <domain mindspring.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Earthlink

 <domain netcom.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Godaddy

 <domain Inbox.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Godaddy

 <domain outblaze.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Iwon

 <domain excite.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Iwon

 <domain iwon.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Lycos

 <domain angelfire.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Lycos

 <domain lycos.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Lycos

 <domain lycosmail.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Lycos

 <domain mailcity.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Sprint

 <domain sprintpcs.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Time Warner

 <domain rr.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Time Warner

 <domain adelphia.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Time Warner

 <domain adelphia.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Time Warner

 <domain insightbb.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Time Warner

 <domain roadrunner.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Time Warner

 <domain roadrunner.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# Tmobile

 <domain tmomail.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# United Internet

 <domain gmx.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# United Internet

 <domain mail.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# United Online

 <domain juno.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# United Online

 <domain netzero.com>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# United Online

 <domain unitedonline.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


# United XO

 <domain concentric.net>

    max-msg-rate 250/h # prevent "exceeded the rate limit"

 </domain>


 <domain *>

        use-starttls yes

        require-starttls no

 </domain>

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# BEGIN: BACKOFF RULES

#<pattern-list myList>

#mail-from /admin@nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta19

#header from /admin@nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta19

#mail-from /admin@mx2.nicholashill.eu/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta3

#header from /admin@mx2.nicholashill.eu/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta3

#mail-from /admin@mx3.nicholashill.eu/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta4

#header from /admin@mx3.nicholashill.eu/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta4

#mail-from /admin@mx4.nicholashill.eu/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta5

#header from /admin@mx4.nicholashill.eu/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta5

#mail-from /admin@mx5.nicholashill.eu/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta6

#header from /admin@mx5.nicholashill.eu/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta6

#mail-from /admin@mx6.nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta7

#header from /admin@mx6.nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta7

#mail-from /admin@mx5.nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta8

#header from /admin@mx5.nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta8

#mail-from /admin@mx4.nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta9

#header from /admin@mx4.nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta9

#mail-from /admin@mx3.nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta10

#header from /admin@mx3.nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta10

#mail-from /admin@mx2.nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta11

#header from /admin@mx2.nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta11

#mail-from /admin@mx1.nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta12

#header from /admin@mx1.nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta12

#mail-from /admin@mx5.nicholashillnews.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta13

#header from /admin@mx5.nicholashillnews.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta13

#mail-from /admin@mx4.nicholashillnews.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta14

#header from /admin@mx4.nicholashillnews.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta14

#mail-from /admin@mx3.nicholashillnews.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta15

#header from /admin@mx3.nicholashillnews.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta15

#mail-from /admin@mx2.nicholashillnews.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta16

#header from /admin@mx2.nicholashillnews.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta16

#mail-from /admin@mx1.nicholashillnews.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta17

#header from /admin@mx1.nicholashillnews.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta17

#mail-from /admin@nicholashillnews.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta18

#header from /admin@nicholashillnews.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta18

#mail-from /admin@nicholashill.eu/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta1

#header from /admin@nicholashill.eu/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta1

#mail-from /admin@mx1.nicholashill.eu/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta2

#header from /admin@mx1.nicholashill.eu/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta2

#</pattern-list>



#<source 127.0.0.1>

#pattern-list myList # this selects the pattern list for messages

#always-allow-relaying yes

#</source>


#<pattern-list myList>

#header from /admin@mx3.nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta10

#mail-from /admin@mx3.nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta10

#header from /admin@mx4.nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta9

#mail-from /admin@mx4.nicholashillmail.com/ virtual-mta=pmta-vmta9

#</pattern-list>

#<source 127.0.0.1>

#pattern-list myList # this selects the pattern list for messages

#</source>


# default domain settings

<domain *>

    max-smtp-out 2 # default be nice on concurrent connections

    max-msg-per-connection 100 # max 500 mails in one session

    max-errors-per-connection 10 # avoid 'too long without data command' error

    max-msg-rate 1000/h

    bounce-upon-no-mx yes # proper mail domains should have mx

    assume-delivery-upon-data-termination-timeout yes # avoid duplicate deliveries

    retry-after 10m # typical greylisting period

    bounce-after 24h # default 4d12h

    smtp-pattern-list blocking-errors

    backoff-max-msg-rate 1/m # send only regular tries during backoff (default unlimited)

    backoff-retry-after 20m # retry at least every 20m (default 1h)

    backoff-notify "" # disable backoff notifications

    backoff-to-normal-after-delivery yes # revert to normal asap (default no)

    backoff-to-normal-after 1h # always revert to normal after 1h (default never)

    dk-sign yes

    dkim-sign yes

</domain>


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# END: ISP rules

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<smtp-pattern-list common-errors>

  reply /generating high volumes of.* complaints from AOL/    mode=backoff

  reply /Excessive unknown recipients - possible Open Relay/  mode=backoff

  reply /^421 .* too many errors/                             mode=backoff

  reply /blocked.*spamhaus/                                   mode=backoff

  reply /451 Rejected/                                        mode=backoff

</smtp-pattern-list>


<smtp-pattern-list blocking-errors>

    #

    # A QUEUE IN BACKOFF MODE WILL SEND MORE SLOWLY

    # To place a queue back into normal mode, a command similar

    # to one of the following will need to be run:

    # pmta set queue --mode=normal yahoo.com

    # or

    # pmta set queue --mode=normal yahoo.com/vmta1

    #

    # To use backoff mode, uncomment individual <domain> directives

    #

    #AOL Errors

    reply /421 .* SERVICE NOT AVAILABLE/ mode=backoff

    reply /generating high volumes of.* complaints from AOL/ mode=backoff

    reply /554 .*aol.com/ mode=backoff

    reply /421dynt1/ mode=backoff

    reply /HVU:B1/ mode=backoff

    reply /DNS:NR/ mode=backoff

    reply /RLY:NW/ mode=backoff

    reply /DYN:T1/ mode=backoff

    reply /RLY:BD/ mode=backoff

    reply /RLY:CH2/ mode=backoff

    #

    #Yahoo Errors

    reply /421 .* Please try again later/ mode=backoff

    reply /421 Message temporarily deferred/ mode=backoff

    reply /VS3-IP5 Excessive unknown recipients/ mode=backoff

    reply /VSS-IP Excessive unknown recipients/ mode=backoff

    #

    # The following 4 Yahoo errors may be very common

    # Using them may result in high use of backoff mode

    #

    reply /\[GL01\] Message from/ mode=backoff

    reply /\[TS01\] Messages from/ mode=backoff

    reply /\[TS02\] Messages from/ mode=backoff

    reply /\[TS03\] All messages from/ mode=backoff

    #

    #Hotmail Errors

    reply /exceeded the rate limit/ mode=backoff

    reply /exceeded the connection limit/ mode=backoff

    reply /Mail rejected by Windows Live Hotmail for policy reasons/ mode=backoff

    reply /mail.live.com\/mail\/troubleshooting.aspx/ mode=backoff

    #

    #Adelphia Errors

    reply /421 Message Rejected/ mode=backoff

    reply /Client host rejected/ mode=backoff

    reply /blocked using UCEProtect/ mode=backoff

    #

    #Road Runner Errors

    reply /Mail Refused/ mode=backoff

    reply /421 Exceeded allowable connection time/ mode=backoff

    reply /amIBlockedByRR/ mode=backoff

    reply /block-lookup/ mode=backoff

    reply /Too many concurrent connections from source IP/ mode=backoff

    #

    #General Errors

    reply /too many/ mode=backoff

    reply /Exceeded allowable connection time/ mode=backoff

    reply /Connection rate limit exceeded/ mode=backoff

    reply /refused your connection/ mode=backoff

    reply /try again later/ mode=backoff

    reply /try later/ mode=backoff

    reply /550 RBL/ mode=backoff

    reply /TDC internal RBL/ mode=backoff

    reply /connection refused/ mode=backoff

    reply /please see www.spamhaus.org/ mode=backoff

    reply /Message Rejected/ mode=backoff

    reply /refused by antispam/ mode=backoff

    reply /Service not available/ mode=backoff

    reply /currently blocked/ mode=backoff

    reply /locally blacklisted/ mode=backoff

    reply /not currently accepting mail from your ip/ mode=backoff

    reply /421.*closing connection/ mode=backoff

    reply /421.*Lost connection/ mode=backoff

    reply /476 connections from your host are denied/ mode=backoff

    reply /421 Connection cannot be established/ mode=backoff

    reply /421 temporary envelope failure/ mode=backoff

    reply /421 4.4.2 Timeout while waiting for command/ mode=backoff

    reply /450 Requested action aborted/ mode=backoff

    reply /550 Access denied/ mode=backoff

    reply /exceeded the rate limit/ mode=backoff  # hotmail rate limit

  reply /421rlynw/ mode=backoff  # aol rate limit

  reply /permanently deferred/ mode=backoff  # yahoo

  reply /\d+\.\d+\.\d+\.\d+ blocked/ mode=backoff  # at&t, cox

  reply /generating high volumes of.* complaints from AOL/    mode=backoff

  reply /Excessive unknown recipients - possible Open Relay/  mode=backoff

  reply /^421 .* too many errors/                             mode=backoff

  reply /blocked.*spamhaus/                                   mode=backoff

  reply /451 Rejected/                                        mode=backoff

</smtp-pattern-list>


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# END: BACKOFF RULES

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############################################################################

# BEGIN: BOUNCE RULES

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<bounce-category-patterns>

    /spam/ spam-related

    /junk mail/ spam-related

    /blacklist/ spam-related

    /blocked/ spam-related

    /\bU\.?C\.?E\.?\b/ spam-related

    /\bAdv(ertisements?)?\b/ spam-related

    /unsolicited/ spam-related

    /\b(open)?RBL\b/ spam-related

    /realtime blackhole/ spam-related

    /http:\/\/basic.wirehub.nl\/blackholes.html/ spam-related

    /\bvirus\b/ virus-related

    /message +content/ content-related

    /content +rejected/ content-related

    /quota/ quota-issues

    /limit exceeded/ quota-issues

    /mailbox +(is +)?full/ quota-issues

    /sender ((verify|verification) failed|could not be verified|address rejected|domain must exist)/ invalid-sender

    /unable to verify sender/ invalid-sender

    /requires valid sender domain/ invalid-sender

    /bad sender's system address/ invalid-sender

    /No MX for envelope sender domain/ invalid-sender

    /^[45]\.4\.4/ routing-errors

    /no mail hosts for domain/ invalid-sender

    /Your domain has no(t)? DNS\/MX entries/ invalid-sender

    /REQUESTED ACTION NOT TAKEN: DNS FAILURE/ invalid-sender

    /Domain of sender address/ invalid-sender

    /return MX does not exist/ invalid-sender

    /Invalid sender domain/ invalid-sender

    /Verification failed/ invalid-sender

    /\bstorage\b/ quota-issues

    /(user|mailbox|recipient|rcpt|local part|address|account|mail drop|ad(d?)ressee)

    (has|has been|is)? *(currently|temporarily+)?(disabled|expired|inactive|not activated)

    / inactive-mailbox

    /(conta|usu.rio) inativ(a|o)

    / inactive-mailbox

    /Too many (bad|invalid|unknown|illegal|unavailable) (user|mailbox|recipient|rcpt|local part|address|account|mail drop|ad(d?)ressee)/other

    /(No such|bad|invalid|unknown|illegal|unavailable) (local +)?(user|mailbox|recipient|rcpt|local part|address|account|mail drop|ad(d?)ressee)

    / bad-mailbox

    /(user|mailbox|recipient|rcpt|local part|address|account|mail drop|ad(d?)ressee) +(\S+@\S+ +)?(not (a +)?valid|not known|not here|not

    found|does not exist|bad|invalid|unknown|illegal|unavailable)/ bad-mailbox

    /\S+@\S+ +(is +)?(not (a +)?valid|not known|not here|not found|does not exist|bad|invalid|unknown|illegal|unavailable)/ bad-mailbox

    /no mailbox here by that name/ bad-mailbox

    /my badrcptto list/ bad-mailbox

    /not our customer/ bad-mailbox

    /no longer (valid|available)/ bad-mailbox

    /have a \S+ account/ bad-mailbox

    /\brelay(ing)?/ relaying-issues

    /domain (retired|bad|invalid|unknown|illegal|unavailable)/ bad-domain

    /domain no longer in use/ bad-domain

    /domain (\S+ +)?(is +)?obsolete/ bad-domain

    /denied/ policy-related

    /prohibit/ policy-related

    /refused/ policy-related

    /allowed/ policy-related

    /banned/ policy-related

    /policy/ policy-related

    /suspicious activity/ policy-related

    /bad sequence/ protocol-errors

    /syntax error/ protocol-errors

    /\bsmtp-hosts\b/ routing-errors

    /\bunroutable\b/ routing-errors

    /\bunsmtp-hostsable\b/ routing-errors

#additions by krish

    /Recipient address rejected/ invalid-mailbox

    /DYN:T1/ ploicy-related

    /Service unavailable/ ploicy-related

    /DNSBL/ spam-related

    /ccount has been disabled or discontinued/ bad-mailbox

    /oo many recip/ policy-related

    /no valid recipie/ invalid-mailbox

    /Account Inactive/ invalid-mailbox

    /service provider since part of their network is on our block list/ spam-related


    /Invalid 7bit DATA/ content-related

    /^2.\d+.\d+;/ success

    /^[45]\.1\.[1346];/ bad-mailbox

    /^[45]\.1\.2/ bad-domain

    /^[45]\.1\.[78];/ invalid-sender

    /^[45]\.2\.0;/ bad-mailbox

    /^[45]\.2\.1;/ inactive-mailbox

    /^[45]\.2\.2;/ quota-issues

    /^[45]\.3\.3;/ content-related

    /^[45]\.3\.5;/ bad-configuration

    /^[45]\.4\.1;/ no-answer-from-host

    /^[45]\.4\.2;/ bad-connection

    /^[45]\.4\.[36];/ routing-errors

    /^[45]\.4\.7;/ message-expired

    /^[45]\.5\.3;/ policy-related

    /^[45]\.5\.\d+;/ protocol-errors

    /^[45]\.6\.\d+;/ content-related

    /^[45]\.7\.[012];/ policy-related

    /^[45]\.7\.7;/ content-related

    // other    # catch-all

</bounce-category-patterns>



############################################################################

# END: BOUNCE RULES

############################################################################






############################################################################

# BEGIN: OTHER OPTIONS

############################################################################


#smtp-port 2525

<source 0/0>

log-connections yes

log-commands    yes      # WARNING: verbose!

  allow-unencrypted-plain-auth yes

</source>

sync-msg-create false

sync-msg-update false

run-as-root no

log-file /var/log/pmta/log        # logrotate is used for rotation


<acct-file /var/log/pmta/acct.csv>

#    move-to /opt/myapp/pmta-acct   # configure as fit for your application

#    move-interval 5m


    max-size 50M

</acct-file>


# transient errors (soft bounces)

<acct-file /var/log/pmta/diag.csv>

  move-interval 1d

  delete-after never

  records t

</acct-file>


#

# spool directories

#


spool /var/spool/pmta


http-mgmt-port 1983

http-access 127.0.0.1 admin

http-access 0/0 monitor

http-access 176.283.454.55 admin


############################################################################

# END: OTHER OPTIONS

############################################################################


################################################ ############################

# BEGIN: USERS/VIRTUAL-MTA / VIRTUAL-MTA-POOL /  VIRTUAL-PMTA-PATTERN

################################################ ############################

#<spool /var/spool/pmta>

#</spool>

<smtp-user user>

password passwd

source {smtpuser-auth}

</smtp-user>

<source {smtpuser-auth}>

smtp-service yes

always-allow-relaying yes

require-auth true

process-x-virtual-mta yes

default-virtual-mta pmta-pool

remove-received-headers true

add-received-header false

hide-message-source true

</source>


smtp-listener 176.283.454.55:2525


#BEGIN VIRTUAL MTAS 

<virtual-mta pmta-vmta1> 

smtp-source-host 176.283.454.55 mta1.domain.com 

domain-key mailer,*,/etc/pmta.key 

#domain-key default,*,/var/cpanel/domain_keys/private/domain.com 

<domain *> 

max-msg-rate 400/h 

</domain> 

</virtual-mta> <domain domain.com> 

smtp-hosts [127.0.0.1]:2525 

</domain> 

#END VIRTUAL MTAS



<virtual-mta-pool pmta-pool>

#virtual-mta pmta-vmta1

</virtual-mta-pool>

################################################ ############################

# END: USERS/VIRTUAL-MTA / VIRTUAL-MTA-POOL /  VIRTUAL-PMTA-PATTERN

################################################ ############################

<source 127.0.0.1>

    always-allow-api-submission yes

    add-message-id-header yes

    retain-x-job yes

    retain-x-virtual-mta yes

    verp-default yes

    process-x-envid yes

    process-x-job yes

    jobid-header X-Mailer-RecptId

    process-x-virtual-mta yes

</source>


#<domain *>

#smtp-hosts [127.0.0.1]:2525

#</domain>


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