permit_mynetworks overrides check_sender_access?

I am configuring a postfix relay hosted on a cloud provider. I would like to allow relay access only to public IPs of my company and to a precise list of senders. So here are my main.cf configurations: mynetworks = 127.0.0.0/8 1.2.3.4/23 4.5.6.7/32 7.8.9.1/24 smtpd_recipient_restrictions = permit_mynetworks, check_sender_access hash:/etc/postfix/allowed_senders, reject_unauth_destination allowed_senders is like this: [email protected]

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What is a recommended way of thransferring am iocage jail from one host to another

Source iocage thick jail running on FreeBSD-12.0p12 Destination FreeBSD-12.1p1 Both hosts are using zfs. What is the recommended method to transfer an existing iocage thick jail from the source to the destination? Is it as simple as: rsync -aqz -e “ssh -o LogLevel=error” /zroot/iocage/jails/testjail \ destination:/zroot/iocage/jails Presuming that iocage is installed on both hosts, that…

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How to split dns configuration within 2 servers

I have both aws route53 and a dedicated server dns conf I tried setting NS records – ns111.awsdns-xz.co. – ns112.awsdns-xz.co. – ns113.awsdns-xz.co. Basically what I want to achieve is to have multiple unrelated DNS records on both servers as managed by 2 different persons. NS record domain registrar ns1.xxx.ovh.com dns records dedicatedServer.ovh.com a : site.com…

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