last week i tried to upgrade my djigzo appliance 2.5.0-4 with apt-get
After that nothings works anymore even not the webinterface.
(i made a rollback to my snapshot).
After installing the updates i checked the logfiles and it seems tomact
I attach the log file to this email.
Help would be appreciated.
Remote mail works just fine. I’m trying to send mail to a local user on the localhost:
echo test | mail -s Test test@localhost && tail -f maillog
It looks like the response coming back from cipher mail is that it can’t find localhost:
Feb 2 00:23:29 mx postfix/smtp: 22CD28F65E: to=<test@localhost>, relay=none, delay=0.05, delays=0.04/0.01/0/0, dsn=5.4.4, status=bounced (Host or domain name not found. Name service error for name=localhost type=A: Host not found)
[root@mx postfix]# nslookup localhost
[root@mx postfix]# nslookup 127.0.0.1
18.104.22.168.in-addr.arpa name = localhost.
Seems to resolve just fine at the dns level.
Any ideas why cipher mail can’t resolve localhost?
I'm wondering if there's a possibility to combine a DLP in the subject, and a DLP in the body.
Encryption should triggering on the words: trigger1, trigger2
Subject contains: trigger1
Body contains: trigger2
I'm using the following regexp: trigger1.*(\n|.)*trigger2
When the subject or the body contains: trigger1 and trigger2, the email gets encrypted.
But when the subject contains: trigger1, and the body contains: trigger2, the email doesn't get encrypted
Does anyone have any experience with this situation?
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