ASSP should be the first hop, internet -> assp -> MTA (exim, postfix,
whatever).  If you put an MTA first, it might work, but it won't work
well.  ASSP wouldn't be able to do most of its IP based analysis for
example.

On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 9:41 AM, <m.huij...@evergreen-shipping.nl> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I'm trying to set up one server containing ASSP and the end users'
> mailboxes on one server.
>
> I could do
>
>         internet --> exim --> ASSP --> postfix
>
> but since I am more familiar with Postfix I would rather do
>
>         internet --> postfix --> ASSP --> postfix
>
> However I am unsure how to run Postfix on one server with it listening to
> both ports 125 (relay) and 25 (end users).
>
> Has anyone got any ideas on how to go about this? I understand this is
> more of a Postfix than an ASSP question but you never know.
>
> Thanks!
>
> MArtin
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