From: mouss (no email)
Date: Fri Sep 29 2006 - 19:15:51 EDT
Tim Lockwood wrote:
> My current thinking is to run 2 instances of postfix. One that listens
> on 587 (outbound - can send to any domain), an one on 25 (can only
> deliver to my domains).
> I've copied the config and made a new spool for it. Also tweaked the
> master.cf on the postfix-out instance to change the port.
> Check works fine (no errors or warnings), but "/usr/sbin/postfix -c
> /etc/postfix.conf start"
To get errors or warnings, try
# cp /etc/postfix.conf/main.cf /etc/postfix.conf/main.bak
Hint: postfix -c config_____dir______
> doesn't seem to start the service (cannot stop
> the service again, service not running, can't telnet to port 587 from
DEBUG_README. It's called README, not SKIPME ;-p
I wonder why postfix fills up our systems with its logs...