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Revision as of 21:41, 5 December 2018

Scenario

Sometimes users will blacklist their own domains by mistake.

Check internal users

Use the ldapsearch command as the zimbra to find out who's blocking internal domains.

source ~/bin/zmshutil; zmsetvars

ldapsearch -LLL -h ldap.example.com -D $zimbra_ldap_userdn -w $zimbra_ldap_password 'amavisBlacklistSender=*@example.com' displayName mail amavisBlacklistSender

Example from the ldapsearch results.

dn: uid=jramerez,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com
mail: jramerez@example.com
amavisBlacklistSender: @example.com
displayName: Jake Ramerez

Update and remove

Once you find the account that was blacklisting the internal domain, update it; here's an example.

zmprov ma jramerez@example.com -amavisBlacklistSender "@example.com"          <<== note the use of the hyphen character
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