206312Re: relay_recipients_maps / generic clash
- Oct 2, 2006
>I will try to clarify more:
>John Knappers wrote:
>>>John Knappers wrote:
>>>>I consolidate a dozen of old domains in 2 domains with the generic table
>>>>function of Postfix at our gateway relay / Mail hub.
>>>>This works fine, but now. at last I finally wanted to implement the
>>>>relay_recipient_maps function. After a night studying the awk syntax to
>>>>convert the virtual table of our internal mailserver to a
>>>>relay_recipients_map table I created a nice script just doing that.
>>>>But now the problems starts. Only the mail of the 2 consolidated domains
>>>>is accepted, and the mail to addresses ending with domains in the
>>>>generic table is rejected. Does anyone a way to overcome this? My
>>>>scripting knowledge is not sufficient to take the generic table in
>>>>account when creating a relay_recipient_table.
>>>>With other words: Is it possible to accept mail / do the generic domain
>>>>consolidation, and apply the releay_recipients_maps feature after that?
>At this point I haven't seen the full configuration (postconf -n) and I am
>loath to give advice on incomplete information.
>Are the domains domain1.example domain2.example etc in relay_domains, in
>mydestination, in virtual_alias_domains, in virtual_mailbox_domains?
>relay_recipient_maps is only used for domains in relay_domains, while
>virtual_alias_maps is used for all domain classes.
>generic_maps is applied only to outgoing mails.
>List replies only please!
>Please address PMs to: news-reply2 (@) japantest (.) homelinux (.) com
Mailgateway receiving is receiving mail for multiple domains. A lot of them
are old, but still frequently used by customers.
Function of mailgateway:
receive mail: scan it / spanassassin it, rewrite old domains to new domans,
and push it the final destination (internal mailserver).
This not a to strange configuration.
At the mailgateway I consolidate a dozen old (by mergers obsoleted, but by
customers still frequently used domains) 2 two domains.
Those to domains are the only domains the internal mailserver know about.
At the mailgateway all domains are in the relay_domains table
Old domains are rewritten to the new domains in the generic table like:
etc etc etc.
If I create a relay_recpients_maps table based on the virtual table of the
internal mailserver (which only knows about the 2 consolidated domains). All
incoming mail with the old domains (which needs te be rewritten by the
generic funstion) is rejected.
The relay_recipient_maps table is checked before the address rewritting,
which is causing the setup to fail
For completenes I include a postconf -n.txt ( with anonymized domains)
Please advise what the best solution is for this problem, I cannot imagine,
that I'm the first facing this problem.
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