Re: Remote delivery concurrency
- * "Samy Ascha, Xel Media B.V." <samy@...> wrote:
> I added a [chello.nl -> chello:] mapping to the SQL back-end and aI don't understand exactly. What you need is a transport_maps entry
> [@... -> @...] virtual mapping to fix the unknown local
> user (550) error.
(i.e. an entry in one of the maps specified by transport_maps)
pointing to the newly created transport - I assume that's the first
part of your statement above.
I don't know, though, why you went through the trouble of adding a
virtual user mapping like above: Wildcard mapping like you presented
it will likely result in a broken recipient validation. Furthermore,
when relaying a mail to a remote destination, you should never get a
"550 User unknown" referring to a local destination.
> After a 'postsuper -r ALL deferred' I still don't see any evidence inIf you issue the command "postmap -q chello.nl <map>" (replace "<map>"
> the logs of the transport being used. I feel there is a solutino here,
> but postfix just isn't using it ;)
with the actual transport map!), does it say "chello:"?
At this point, I'm almost about to ask you for output of "postconf -n"
and the content of any relevant maps involved in the relay attempt and
the relevant log entries, because I suspect a mis-use of the different
Postfix address classes (see:
http://www.postfix.org/ADDRESS_CLASS_README.html). Please do obfuscate
any logs you post here as needed to protect your user's privacy.
Stefan Förster http://www.incertum.net/ Public Key: 0xBBE2A9E9