Re: Fallback Transport For Virtual Domains
- Manish Kathuria:
> On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 11:12 PM, Wietse Venema <wietse@...> wrote:I will let the example speak for itself:
> > Wietse Venema:
> >> Manish Kathuria:
> >> > I have configured some domains as a virtual domains on a Linux system
> >> > running Postfix. For each of these virtual domains, only a few users
> >> > happen to be on this system and the rest of the user mailboxes for
> >> > these domains are on respective external hosts. In order to deliver
> >> > the mails being sent by the users on this system to the users of
> >> > virtual domains on external hosts, I tried using
> >> > fallback_transport_maps for the virtual domains but it does not seem
> >> > to work and all such mails are bounced back.
> > I did not read the question carefully.
> > If most users are remote, see
> > http://www.postfix.org/STANDARD_CONFIGURATION_README.html#some_local
> > This uses virtual_alias_maps, instead of transport_maps.
> > There is no way to avoid that you will have to specify
> > every user that requires local delivery.
> > ? ? ? ?Wietse
> So I guess I need to map those limited number of user addresses from
> other domains to local user names using virtual_alias_maps without
> specifying these domains as virtual_alias_domains.
> Since theseIf these domains are not local, then you must specify the domains
> addresses are not many , it would be easy to specify all of them. And
> the mail addressed to other users on these domains will automatically
> get delivered through the relay hosts without using any fallback
> transport maps. Is that correct ?
in relay_domains, and their recipients in relay_recipient_maps.
Postfix virtual domains are by definition domains that your machine
is the final destination for, just like Postfix local domains.
If you use Postfix virtual domains to implement domains that deliver
elsewhere, then you are not using Postfix correctly. This was the
only way that qmail could handle the case, but with Postfix, such
usage is incorrect. It will cause problems and when you ask for
help, it will cause confusion.