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Re: Bounce Queue Not Working

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  • Noel Jones
    ... The order of parameters in main.cf is irrelevant; put it anywhere convenient. postconf always displays parameters in sorted alphabetical order
    Message 1 of 5 , Apr 27 9:05 AM
      On 4/27/2010 10:04 AM, Carlos Mennens wrote:
      > On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 10:18 AM, Noel Jones<njones@...> wrote:
      >> If you want to help out folks who type in vaild-but-dead domain names, such
      >> as tehnews.com, you can add transport_maps entries to immediately bounce
      >> the mail.
      >> # transport_maps
      >> tehnews.com error:5.1.2 not a working domain
      >
      > I really like the idea of creating a 'transport_map' so I verified my
      > /etc/postfix/transport directory existed and read the docs. I show
      > that 'transport smtp' is the default so I opened the transport file
      > and added the following line:
      >
      > tehnews.com error:5.1.2 not a working domain
      >
      > I then saved the file and ran:
      >
      > postmap /etc/postfix/transport
      >
      > I really didn't see if I needed to specifically squeeze the
      > 'transport_maps' parameter in a specific area in 'main.cf' so I
      > appended to the very end of the file as you can see from my new
      > Postconf -n below:
      >

      The order of parameters in main.cf is irrelevant; put it
      anywhere convenient. "postconf" always displays parameters in
      sorted alphabetical order regardless of main.cf order.

      [...]

      > I tested this and it appears to give an immediate delivery failure
      > with reason. Does this look OK to you guys?

      Looks as if everything's just dandy.

      Peace.

      -- Noel
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