Re: split domain, relay by default
- On 3/20/2013 3:39 PM, David Koski wrote:
> Ultimately I must have a unified database (MySQL) for all servers but for nowOrder doesn't matter in hash tables.
> I just need to get this working if possible. As per the link above
> (http://www.postfix.org/ADDRESS_VERIFICATION_README.html#recipient) I have
> made changes.
> I have in my main.cf:
> 89 smtpd_recipient_restrictions =
> 90 permit_mynetworks
> 91 reject_unauth_destination
> 92 reject_unknown_recipient_domain
> 93 reject_unverified_recipient
> 94 permit_sasl_authenticated
> Also have:
> 116 relay_domains = sutinen.com
> Transport table:
> 1 # The sutinen.com accounts must be listed here..
> 2 # ..ahead of the domain name.
> 3 test@... dovecot:Don't list the domain in transport.
> 4 sutinen.com smtp:
>Looks as if you've listed the domain as a virtual_mailbox_domain.
> I still get:
> " Recipient address rejected: User unknown in virtual mailbox table"
Don't do that. Each domain should be listed in only one address class.
-- Noel Jones