Postfix problem

Drew Marshall drew at THEMARSHALLS.CO.UK
Fri Feb 25 12:59:19 GMT 2005

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Maarten van Lieshout said:
> On Fri, 2005-02-25 at 12:07 +0000, Drew Marshall wrote:
>> Maarten van Lieshout said:
>> > The users are accounts on the exchange server, so there is no need to
>> > test for local recipients.
>> >
>> Except that your out going queue will fill with MAILER-DAEMON bounces
>> for
>> non-existant users, particularly if you get hit with a spam directory
>> attack. I would suggest it's worth looking at pulling your user
>> information out of Exchange and making some alias_maps.
>> In the meantime, make sure you have your domain listed in the relay
>> section and not in mydestination.
> I've listed my domain in the relay section, incoming mail is now bounced
> with this error:
>                         The Postfix program
> <mlieshout at>: mail for loops back to myself

What have you listed in mydestination?
What have you put in postfix/transport?
Have you postmap(ped) that transport file?


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