This section contains scripts, data and patches that are used in The Book of Postfix.
- This script, written by Victor Duchovni, deletes any mail from the Postfix mailqueue which matches a regular expression given as argument to the script. See p.51
- This script helps to add a disclaimer to mail messages using Postfix and AlterMIME. See p.144
- This script removes stale files from amavisd-new's $TEMPBASE directory. Call if from your cron service. See p.157
- A collection of scripts to extract valid recipients from a Microsoft Exchange servers Active Directory. It will also build a map for Postfix to be used in recipient validation. The collection contains extract_valid_recipients and extract_valid_senders. See p.181ff
- This script builds all necessary virtual mailbox maps from one file. See p.202
- This example SQL statement creates a table in MySQL with the default fields for virtual mailbox domains. See p.205
- This example SQL statement creates a table in MySQL with the default fields that Cyrus SASL expects, plus an extra field that lets you disable relay access for a particular user. See p.239
- This example SQL statement creates a table in PostgreSQL with the default fields that Cyrus SASL expects, plus an extra field that lets you disable relay access for a particular user. See p.240
- This script extracts MD5 fingerprints from a (directory of) certificate(s) that end on *.pem and adds them to a Postfix map that may be used to control certificate based relaying. See p.300
- This OpenLDAP LDIF file is a dump from the Example, Inc. Corporation used in Chapter 19 of The Book of Postfix.
- This script, written by Tuomo Soini, builds a rpmbuild environment to build RPMs as a regular user. See p. 415
These are scripts we did not refer to in The Book of Postfix, which we believe to be helpful in everyday tasks.
- Print IP subnets with more than 5 mail rejections in the last 2 postfix logs. The script was written by Peter Kiem.
- filter from stdin or given file all "expected" errors/warnings so that we can see if something serious happens. The script was written by David Schweikert.