source: MondoRescue/branches/3.3/ansible/roles/smtp/files/client/aliases @ 3657

Last change on this file since 3657 was 3657, checked in by Bruno Cornec, 4 years ago

Adds system role and fix many other ones

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1# Default aliases file for postfix
2#
3# this file should be in /etc or in /etc/postfix but if you want it in
4# /etc/postfix you'll have to adjust your /etc/postfix/main.cf file accordingly
5#
6# Aliases in this file will NOT be expanded in the header from
7# mail, but WILL be visible over networks or from /bin/mail.
8#
9# Following alias is required by the mail protocol, RFC 822 (and by RFC2142)
10# Set it to the address of a HUMAN who deals with this system's mail problems.
11#
12# For various security reasons, postfix WILL NOT deliver mail as root, so
13# ensure that the root alias is aliased to a HUMAN user, as otherwise
14# mail may get delivered to the $default_privs user (nobody).
15postmaster: root
16
17# Many mailers use this address to represent the empty SMTP return
18# path
19MAILER-DAEMON:  postmaster
20
21
22# Common aliases for system accounts.
23bin:        root
24daemon:     root
25games:      root
26ingres:     root
27nobody:     root
28system:     root
29toor:       root
30foo:        root
31falken:     root
32
33# Well-known aliases.
34admin:      root
35manager:    root
36dumper:     root
37operator:   root
38
39# traps to catch security attacks
40decode:     root
41moof:       root
42moog:       root
43
44# The following aliases are required by RFC 2142
45info:       staff
46marketing:  staff
47sales:      staff
48support:    staff
49
50# Standard aliases also defined by RFC 2142
51abuse:      postmaster
52# reports of network infrastructure difficulties
53noc:        root
54# address to report secuirty problems
55security:   root
56# DNS administrator (DNS soa records should use this)
57hostmaster: root
58# Usenet news service administrator
59news:       root
60usenet:     root
61newsmaster: root
62# http/web service administrator
63www:        webmaster
64webmaster:  root
65faxmaster:  root
66# UUCP service administrator
67uucp:       root
68# FTP administrator (especially anonymouse FTP)
69ftp:        root
70rmail:      root
71mail:       root
72
73# Commonly used group aliases:
74#
75staff:      postmaster
76office:     postmaster
77all:        postmaster
78tech:       postmaster
79ops:        postmaster
80
81# Person who should get root's mail.  This alias
82# must exist.
83# CHANGE THIS LINE to an account of a HUMAN
84root:       bruno@musique-ancienne.org
85
86# Note to the user: You must create the alias above!
87# The root alias *must* exist under postfix because
88# postfix runs as a non-privileged user and cannot
89# touch a spool file which is UID/GID root
90# The mapping to the postfix user is to ensure that root's mail
91# doesn't get lost on a system installed out of the box.
92# For Trac/mail integration
93#trac: |"/usr/local/bin/run_email2trac
94bruno: bruno@hyper-linux.org
95bruno.cornec: bruno@hyper-linux.org
96bc: bruno.cornec@hpe.com
97andree: aleidenf@bigpond.net.au
98andree.leidenfrost: aleidenf@bigpond.net.au
99hugo: hugorabson@sbcglobal.net
100hugo.rabson: hugorabson@sbcglobal.net
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