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Currently it is possible to whitelist only domain with IgnoreMailFrom parameter. However there could be false-positive DMARC failures (in case sender's strict policy and mail going throughout relay) due to which it could be useful to have option to whitelist specific network. It would be nice having this option available10 votes
During research, we have found that the request is about passing emails via intermediate mail gateway (which works as an anti-spam solution) and the idea of the request is do not check SPF for these emails on Plesk side.
In Plesk, there is already exist a solution for that: need to use "SPF Local rules" setting to configure an SPF record which will be used by Plesk to validate emails (including emails from an intermediate anti-spam solution). See KB article for mode details (https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360022753174) and Plesk documentation.
If it does not solve the issue on you Plesk environment and you still need the "IgnoreHost" option, let us know more details about you case for that in comments below.
Add the possibility for Load Balancers to detect on what Server a domain is hosted.
This would make it possible to use Load Balancers without heavy API Integrations and headaches.2 votes
This feature request aims at a skill that a load balance shall have, not what a server connected to a load balancer shall have. Could you please provide more details what exactly you expect a server to provide so that a load balancer can find out that the server is authoritative for a domain? At first sight this would be the IP address that is registered for the domain in DNS. But what method would you want to suggest instead?
Possbility to add MX record with priority 100 but plesk allows only to select priorities from 0 to 50. For example to enable mail server to work properly at the OVH they require the configuration to priority 1001 vote
The actual value of an MX priority does not influence the behavior of other servers directly. It is more a "sorting" criteria. When OVH asks for "100" in a list of their five MX servers as 1, 5, 50, 100, 200, you can also rearrange that list to values like 1, 5, 10, 15, 20 with 15 representing the 100, because it is in the same order "slot" as their manual suggests. Currently you can configure ten MX entries for the same domain, but in real-world configurations we've never encountered a domain where ten MX entries were needed.
If you know of an example where a provider asks for a fixed value like "100" and does not deliver mail if that value is not present in an MX record, please let us know in your comments.
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