[Workaround.org] hyphen in domain causing postfix to eroneously attempt local delivery?
email at christoph-haas.de
Fri Aug 15 08:56:58 CEST 2008
On Freitag, 15. August 2008, Clayton wrote:
> On Thu, 14 Aug 2008 21:30:41 +0200
> Christoph Haas <email at christoph-haas.de> wrote:
> > On Donnerstag, 14. August 2008, Clayton wrote:
> > > ie. when I send an e-mail from my local unix account ckoen to
> > > boss at armor-mail.com, it tries to deliver it locally and fails
> > > because there is no "boss" unix account.
> > Please run "postconf mydestination" and see if you accidentally
> > defined "armor-mail.com" as a local domain
> Thanks Christoph,
> armor-mail.com was in mydestination, and removing it has everything
> working now.
> What is causing me infinite confusion at the moment is that ckintl.biz
> has always been in mydestination, yet delivery works to ckintl.biz
> users, delivering to the expected /home/vmail/ virtual mail box. And
> that is why I put armor-mail.com in mydestination, as my experience
> with the ckintl.biz lead me think that was the proper configuration.
As I said in the tutorial (with a big red ugly honking box around it :) )
you must not define a domain to be in more than one class. Either a domain
is virtual or local. Otherwise you would get warnings in your mail.log
telling you about that. The result is undefined if you do that.
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