Re: Mailgateway

From: (no name) (no email)
Date: Thu Apr 08 2010 - 06:37:14 EDT

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    I got caught by that already :-O

    My server bounced two mails from the list (having relay_recipient_maps
    set up wrongly) - and i have no idea if that was already an answer ...

    So, if somebody answered to my last mail, please send it again.
    :)

    Sorry for that!

     schrieb:
    > Thank you, Noel!
    >
    > I got that running - mostly :)
    >
    > Server A (MX, SMTP: smtp.example.com) has:
    >
    > relay_domains = $myhostname, localhost.$mydomain, localhost,
    > /etc/postfix/mydomains
    > relay_transport = smtp:[smtp.example.com]
    > mynetworks = [ip.ad.dr.es], ...
    >
    > Where /etc/postfix/mydomains lists all domains to be relayed and the
    > relay_transport is the IP of Server B:
    >
    > Server B (IMAP, imap.example.com) has:
    >
    > relayhost = [smtp.example.com]
    > mydestination = $myhostname, localhost.$mydomain, localhost,
    > /etc/postfix/mydomains
    > mynetworks = [ip.ad.dr.es], ...
    >
    >
    > This setup works for me - beside one problem:
    >
    >
    > The /etc/aliases of Server A will not be honored, which means that all
    > mail to any of the domains will be transported to Server B, which in
    > turn will bounce the mail.
    >
    > I would like to let already Server A bounce those mails!
    >
    >
    > Using a relay_recipient_maps as you wrote, seems to be the right way,
    > but i cannot get it running.
    >
    > Like in a /etc/aliases file, i want to accept certain users for all
    > domains.
    >
    > I tried to create the file as follows:
    >
    > awk -F: '{print $1}' /etc/aliases | egrep -v "^(#|$)" | awk '{print $1"@
    > OK"}' | sort -u > relay_recipient_map
    >
    > So, for example, it contains lines like:
    >
    > user1@ OK
    > user2@ OK
    >
    > But this does not work :-(
    >
    > I would not like to list all users for all domains, but just accept mail
    > to the existing users for ALL domains (as shown in my example above).
    >
    > Is there a way to reach that goal?
    > Or do i need to add one line for each user in every domain?
    >
    > Thank you!
    > :)
    >


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