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From: Doug Lochart (dlochartgmail.com)
Date: Fri Oct 05 2007 - 14:39:06 CDT
On 10/5/07, Magnus Bäck <magnusdsek.lth.se> wrote:
> On Friday, October 05, 2007 at 20:53 CEST,
> Doug Lochart <dlochartgmail.com> wrote:
> Postfix will attempt to deliver the messages to any higher-priority MX
> until the messages expire or have been successfully delivered.
Sorry but I want to understand this clearly. The MX record for
mail.example.com is pointing to the Postfix server which then relays to an
internal Exchange Server. I do not understand what you mena by higher
priority MX in this case unless you mean the mail destined for
mail.example.com. Please slarify.
> > If so what are the retention/retry times?
> Message lifetime:
> Frequency for retries:
> Lastly would there be any other configuration that I would need
> > to do in order for Postfix to act the way I would like it to?
> No, provided that the target domain is listed in relay_domains.
> Also make sure to set up proper recipient validation via
I do not have a relay_recipient_maps set up (yet) at the request of the
Exchange Admin. He wants Exchange to handle it so that he can have only one
place to look for log messages about what is happening with mail. He says
Exchange handles invalid recipients just fine. Is his logic OK or should
invalid recipient mail be kept from going further than the gateway?
> Magnus Bäck
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