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From: Victor Duchovni (Victor.DuchovniMorganStanley.com)
Date: Fri Dec 21 2007 - 12:59:55 CST
On Fri, Dec 21, 2007 at 01:51:20PM -0500, Josh Rivel wrote:
> Victor Duchovni wrote...
> > What is "permit_mx_backup" doing on the relay_domains list? Why are you
> > listing $mydestination in relay_domains? (The default is a legacy setting
> > that should be replaced when you configure this explicitly).
> Fixed, thanks. I've been running postfix for a long time now, and
> I guess that just got carried over.
> > Don't see a transport table in there anywhere... Mail will be sent to the
> > primary MX host.
> Transport table has been added, and it's all good now:
> foo.org smtp:[mail.foo.org]
> .foo.org smtp:[mail.foo.org]
> * :
I don't think you need the wildcard entry. Why is it there?
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