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Send from domain IP addresses MailCleaner CBL

 

I have a customer that got listed on CBL using Mailcleaner.

I found this.

If you have mailservers relaying through your mailcleaner cluster, do not turn on “Mask IP address of relayed host on port 587” OR “Masquerade relayed HELO with sender domain” as you wil find yourself listed very quickly in the CBL.abuseat.org RBL, which is part of Spamhaus XBL, and hence can unleash a world of pain if you get listed.

Source http://forum.mailcleaner.org/viewtopic.php?t=2230

 

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Clear Mailcleaner Incomming Que

If you need to clean out the incoming que from the mail cleaner que try the command below in the SSH.

 

If you want to test first run

/opt/exim4/bin/exiqgrep -C /usr/mailcleaner/etc/exim/exim_stage1.conf domain.tld

If that shows the emails that you want to remove try

/opt/exim4/bin/exiqgrep -C /usr/mailcleaner/etc/exim/exim_stage1.conf -i domain.tld | xargs /opt/exim4/bin/exim -C /usr/mailcleaner/etc/exim/exim_stage1.conf -Mrm

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Mailcleaner on Citrix Xenserver

Mailcleaner on Citrix Xenserver

How to install mailcleaner on Citrix Xenserver

Make a new VM use the Debian Squeeze 6.0 (64Bit) Set the Ram to over 1024 and what ever size HDD you need.

Select the Mailcleaner install ISO
Untick “Start the new VM automatically”
Then click finish.

Next open a console to your Xenserver.
Run xe vm-list.
Look for your uuid
uuid ( RO) : 08db9437-3e5b-7d60-4229-149671ac1d9d
name-label ( RW): Mailcleaner
power-state ( RO): halted
Next run (sub in your own uuid)

xe vm-param-set uuid=08db9437-3e5b-7d60-4229-149671ac1d9d HVM-boot-params:order=dc HVM-boot-policy=”BIOS order” PV-bootloader=””

Next start the VM. If you get a black screen just hit enter twice. ( just wait a while and if nothing happens just press enter twice again)

The installer should run through.

When its finished eject the DVD and reboot the system.

 

Once the install is finished you can install the Xentool’s by

mount /dev/cdrom /mnt

/mnt/Linux/install.sh

Reboot and your done 😉

 

 

 

 

 

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