Re: Domain on two servers
- On Tue, 31 Jan 2006 15:18:32 +0100
Arek Czereszewski <arek@...> wrote:
> Hello,That's correct behaviour - the client will only send to one server.
> I try split up my domain on 2 servers.
> First (old machine) have dns record MX 5 poczta.wup-katowice.pl
> New have MX 10 smtp.wup-katowice.pl
> On poczta I have local users.
> On smtp I setup Postfix + MySQL + AV + SPF + Courier-imap +
> courer-authdaemon. My domain wup-katowice.pl is setup as virtual on
> Firewalls allow connections to this 2 servers on port 25.
> On smtp I create test user and try send mali to him.
> But only poczta get this
>mail and I have:You'll need to set up either an alias or relay-recipient maps. And
> 550 <name@...>: User unknown in local recipient table;
> How can I setup this servers for one domain.
> I think I have some missing parametrs in main.cf on poczta, but I dont
you'll have to do it on each host. They won't be identical, each must
know which users are on the other host so they can send it on. If you
are using virtual domains with MySQL then it's probably easier to use
virtual aliases, but each host will want it's own database (or tables).
Whichever you chose you'll need an entry for each account that is
by the other host, if you try to use catch-all addresses you'll get into
a loop the first time the system gets a message to a non-existent
You'll also need to ensure that the host names are different.
It's a lot simpler to understand (and a lot less work) if you give the
two different subdomain names.
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