On Wed, Apr 25, 2007 at 09:27:48AM +0200, n j wrote: > Hello, Hello Nino, > does anybody know is it possible with Postfix to "route" e-mail based > on either the inet interface message came from or the sender of a > message? I'm using Postfix v.2.3.8 on a multihomed machine and have > two smtpd's defined in master.cf. What I would like is that mail > submitted through smtpd that is listening on A.B.C.D goes out through > the smtp client that binds to A.B.C.D and the rest of the mail go > through the other smtp client. The problem as I see it is that, once > messages arrive in the queue, it becomes irrelevant where they came > from and the only "routing" that is available is recipient-based. > > Thanks for any suggestions!
Would it help to pimp your transport map? # In the case of delivery via SMTP, one may specify host- # name:service instead of just a host: # # example.com smtp:bar.example:2025 You can replace bar.example with the IP address of the other interface. It works with my DBmail configuration. -- Oliver PETER, email: [EMAIL PROTECTED], ICQ# 113969174 "Worker bees can leave. Even drones can fly away. The Queen is their slave."
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