Emails sent from external mail services are rejected by DMARC checker on a Plesk server: REJECT message for jdoe@example.com

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    b_p

    The instructions of making non_smtpd_milters empty contradicts with https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/214528265-Plesk-Premium-Antivirus-does-not-detect-infected-emails. So what should we do now?

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    Francisco Garcia

    Hello b_p,

    It depends on what error/symptoms you have.

    In order to investigate it, you might try it first or open a support request.

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    b_p

    As a follow-up, this was mainly a comment, that your documentation is contradictory: here you state that non_smtpd_milters shall be empty while you recommend the opposite in the other article.

    Also, given that the issue described here refers to incoming e-mails (which should be delivered through smtpd), the non_smtpd_milters should not affect this process at all? But as this would disable scanning e-mails that are sent from scripts for instance, I assume the advice in this article should be adjusted?

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    Pavel Rozental

    Hello @b_p,

    "non_smtpd_milters" was used in old unsupported Plesk versions. Currently Plesk do not use and do not configure it anymore.

    "non_smtpd_milters" must be empty. 

    I have corrected https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/214528265 

    Plesk uses its own custom sendmail-wrapper which already uses mail handlers stack for this reason "non_smtpd_milters" is not needed.

     

     

     

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