273683Re: SMTP proxy????
- Feb 1, 2011On Tue, Feb 01, 2011 at 06:50:04PM +0100, Ignacio Garcia wrote:
> > Which do you need help with? State clear requirements for either orGood if you know how to handle submission, you're half way there...
> > each problem, and work from there.
> yes, you're right, sorry. Maybe if I tell you what I want to do I can
> make myself clearer. We have both a submission service and inbound mx
> service. we want to have a unified smtp.mycompany.com so all
> "submissions" can be processed using this canonical domain name. i
> believe that is not too dificult.
> We also want to run both servers so 1This splits into two use-cases:
> is mx-backup of the other and viceversa.
- Each server accepts mail for the other's domains, and relays
them to the right server. All you need is access to a table
of valid recipients for the relay domains, and table of
said domain names.
- Each server accepts mail for all the domains, and delivers
to the correct mail store. Need fully unified data model.
Which use-case are you aiming for?
> - both servers need to check against both databases for validCorrect (s/destinations/user-addresses/).
> - each server must know if delivery is to be local or it has to bePostfix does that automatically. Just add the domain to "relay_domains"
> relayed to the other server.
and not to virtual_mailbox_domains, or similar.
> - one server virtual_transport=maildrop (to courier-imap), the otherThe difference in final delivery mechanisms is immaterial.
> =dovecot (we are going with dovecot for the future, the one with courier
> is older, but plenty of users)
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