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    Default Error with the mail-abuse RBL

    Hi. Some time ago Trend Micro buy the RBL 'mail-abuse' (Moved) and now they sell a suscription for its use. To be honest, the admin interface is terrific and the service worth the money.

    To activate a trial version Trend Micro sent you an ID, a very large ID (up to 35 caracters), when I try to use it in Zimbra, the CLI send this error:

    zmprov mcf zimbraMtaRestriction 'reject_rbl_client SB-PPHS-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX.r.mail-abuse.com'

    ERROR: account.INVALID_ATTR_VALUE (zimbraMtaRestriction value length(72) larger then max allowed: 64)

    It's clear that the length of the ID it's the problem. There is a way to modify it? I'm using ZCS 4.5.10 Open source Edition in Red Hat Linux 5.1.

    Best regards.

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    won't stay on upgrade, but can you put it right in your postfix config?

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    Hi, thank you for your replay.

    Do you mean put the RBL into the postfix configuration? I think you can't, because the zimbra configuration is reloaded every each time and this kind of changes don't stay.

    Maybe it's better to change the length of zimbraMtaRestriction, but I don't know the command.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crowley View Post
    Hi, thank you for your replay.

    Do you mean put the RBL into the postfix configuration? I think you can't, because the zimbra configuration is reloaded every each time and this kind of changes don't stay.

    Maybe it's better to change the length of zimbraMtaRestriction, but I don't know the command.
    I put it directly in the postfix_recipient_restrictions.cf file.

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