298982Re: transport_maps "loops back to myself"
- Mar 27, 2014On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 07:44:46PM +0000, MV wrote:
> > sender dependent maps would actually largely ignore the sender,It is a program! Not a fixed mapping. It receives a sender address,
> But how to I define the sender (map), if that's not asking too much,
> could you please provide me with an example file?
and replies (with a possibly cached per-sender) answer which is
computed on a mostly-round-robin basis.
> > and just provide a round-robin response. The important part isDon't know what overhead you have in mind. Transport lookups happen
> > that this mechanism returns a "default_transport" which never
> > overrides local or other more specific transport information.
> > ...
> > ... can help avoid unnecessarily splitting of
> > the envelope for multi-recipient mail. You should try to send all
> And therefore would cut the overhead I currently have, right?
in many places in Postfix. Your transport switch needs to be fast,
(no verbose logging, ...) the rest is irrelevant.
> > the cache might defeat the load-balancing you want.Or it might not. Do you send a flood of separate messages each
from the same sender? If not the cache will help with multi-recipient
mail. If all mail is single-recipient, you don't need a cache.
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