Re: rewritten log
- On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 07:02:10PM +0200, Pavel Urban wrote:
> The original problem was that qmgr logged sender's address of the mailThat's not really a problem, just some information loss in the logs about
> coming from 'outside' as rewritten, while in fact it wasn't rewritten.
which messages used the legacy address. This can be solved by getting
smtpd to log the original address as a warning, when the domain is the
> You said that it could be fixed by using 'generic' rewrite mechanismThe generic mapping can be configured differently for the "relay" transport
> instead of 'sender_canonical_maps', but I only need to rewrite senders
> of mails coming from 'inside' (ie mynetworks). I'm not sure if my
> approach (using local_header_rewrite_clients) works for generic maps, too.
(should be used for inbound mail) and the "smtp" transport (should be
used for outgoing mail). Either "-o options" in master.cf or separate
Postfix instances for inbound/outbound.
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