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 Action is either "permit" or "reject" both in lowercase and without quotes. Action is either "permit" or "reject" both in lowercase and without quotes.
  
-When piler-smtp starts it syslogs all the parses smtp acl rules. If you mistype the action or the cidr block is invalid, then such line is discarded and syslogs the acl line having the error.+When piler-smtp starts it syslogs all the parsed smtp acl rules. If you mistype the action or the cidr block is invalid, then such line is discarded and syslogs the acl line having the error.
  
 Notice that there's no reject line in the previous example, because there's an implicit reject rule at the end. Also if you do specify acl entries, then "127.0.0.1/8 permit" is implicitly added to the end of the list to allow the gui to reach the piler-smtp daemon for health checks. Notice that there's no reject line in the previous example, because there's an implicit reject rule at the end. Also if you do specify acl entries, then "127.0.0.1/8 permit" is implicitly added to the end of the list to allow the gui to reach the piler-smtp daemon for health checks.
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