For each connection to Haraka there is one connection object.
A unique UUID for this connection.
connection.remote - info about the host that is connecting to Haraka.
- ip - remote IP address
- host - reverse DNS of the remote hosts IP
- is_private - true if the remote IP is from a private (loopback, RFC 1918, link local, etc.) IP address.
- is_local - true if the remote IP is localhost (loopback, link local)
connection.local - info about the host that is running Haraka
- ip - the IP of the Haraka server, as reported by the OS
- port - the port number handling the connection.
- host - the rDNS host name of the local IP
- connection.proxy - proxy properties set when a proxy is used (like haproxy)
- allowed - if the remote IP has proxy permission
- ip - when proxied, the proxy servers IP address
- type - currently null or ‘haproxy’
- verb - Either ‘EHLO’ or ‘HELO’ whichever the remote end used
- host - The hostname given with HELO or EHLO
An object which persists during the lifetime of the connection. It is used to store connection-specific properties. See also, connection.results and haraka-notes.
The current transaction object, valid after MAIL FROM, and destroyed at queue time, RSET time, or if MAIL FROM was rejected. See the Transaction Object documentation file.
A boolean flag to say whether this connection is allowed to relay mails (i.e. deliver mails outbound). This is normally set by SMTP AUTH, or sometimes via an IP address check.
For low level use. Contains the current line sent from the remote end, verbatim as it was sent. Can be useful in certain botnet detection techniques.
Contains the last SMTP response sent to the client.
For low level use. This value is set when the remote host drops the connection.
Store results of processing in a structured format. See docs/Results