Re: Question about multiple postfix instance, thank you very very much

From: mouss (no email)
Date: Thu Nov 05 2009 - 15:41:48 EST

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    coofucoo zhang a écrit :
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    > I want to set up a postfix mail server which have many IP. Each of the
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    > ip will work for one of my customer. So that is means my customer will
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    > think that he has a dedicate mail server. But in fact all the mail
    >
    > server are running on one real machine. I think I can use the multiple
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    > instance feature to implement this requirement. So I setup 2 instance
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    > for test. After that I find instance A(default instance) works good,
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    > but instance B looks very strange.
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    >
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    > First, smtp_dns_lookup not work. I set this parameter to "native" to
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    > make sure postfix can use /etc/hosts file first. But for instance B,
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    > it will use dns lookup first.
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    >
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    > Second, the mydestination not work.
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    >
    >
    > For instance, the mail
    > <mailto:>, if I sent it to
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    > instance A, it will be received. But if i send to instance B, it will
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    > not receive it, but start to lookup dns.
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    > It is very strange, it is long time that I can not find any solution.
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    > Does postfix support the way that I wish to do. I am not sure can you
    >

    yes, postfix does.
    if you have a problem with one instance, show its config (the
    corresponding 'postcon -n', ...) and relevant logs.


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