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Relay Tracking on CSF in CWP
« on: August 30, 2019, 03:17:51 PM »
Good Day

I have been playing with CSF and i noticed that the default csf directly from configserver and the one shipped with CSF is missing th SECTION:Relay Tracking part.

So if i just copy and add it to my CSF will it work out of the box to track lets say if someone sends more than 100 emails at a time or does this need to be configured  to work ?

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###############################################################################
# SECTION:Relay Tracking
###############################################################################
# Relay Tracking. This allows you to track email that is relayed through the
# server. There are also options to send alerts and block external IP addresses
# if the number of emails relayed per hour exceeds configured limits. The
# blocks can be either permanent or temporary.
#
# The following information applies to each of the following types of relay
# check:
# RT_[relay type]_ALERT: 0 = disable, 1 = enable
# RT_[relay type]_LIMIT: the limit/hour afterwhich an email alert will be sent
# RT_[relay type]_BLOCK: 0 = no block;1 = perm block;nn=temp block for nn secs

# This option triggers for external email
RT_RELAY_ALERT = "1"
RT_RELAY_LIMIT = "100"
RT_RELAY_BLOCK = "1"

# This option triggers for email authenticated by SMTP AUTH
RT_AUTHRELAY_ALERT = "1"
RT_AUTHRELAY_LIMIT = "100"
RT_AUTHRELAY_BLOCK = "1"

# This option triggers for email authenticated by POP before SMTP
RT_POPRELAY_ALERT = "1"
RT_POPRELAY_LIMIT = "100"
RT_POPRELAY_BLOCK = "1"

# This option triggers for email sent via /usr/sbin/sendmail or /usr/sbin/exim
RT_LOCALRELAY_ALERT = "1"
RT_LOCALRELAY_LIMIT = "100"

# This option triggers for email sent via a local IP addresses
RT_LOCALHOSTRELAY_ALERT = "1"
RT_LOCALHOSTRELAY_LIMIT = "100"

# If an RT_* event is triggered, then if the following contains the path to
# a script, it will be run in a child process and passed the following:
# information as parameters which also appears in the email alert:
#   IP Address
#   Relay Type (RELAY/AUTHRELAY/POPRELAY/LOCALRELAY/LOCALHOSTRELAY)
#   Block Message (Temporary/Permanent Block)
#   Count of emails relayed
#   Sample of the first 10 emails
#
# The action script must have the execute bit and interpreter (shebang) set
RT_ACTION = ""