You would probably get better assistance if you asked this question on the Postfix forum.
True. However, I did google through a lot of Postfix resources (documentation, forums, mailing lists...) and didn't find what I was looking for. I posted this question here hoping that someone already ran into this problem, solved it somehow and was perhaps willing to help me. I mean, people reading this list are system admins with experience.
Your machine isn't trying to establish a connection to: [EMAIL PROTECTED], it is trying to establish a connection to IP address x.y.z.a...
That is not relevant in my case. What I want to do is define two different smtp services in master.cf (each bound to a different IP address with smtp_bind_address option) and have Postfix use one or the other based on incoming interface or sender's address/domain.
You need 2 mailservers to do what you want.
That might be true with Postfix, although two instances on the same machine would suffice - I'm looking for a solution that doesn't include two instances. I know it can easily be done with Exim and I'm actually testing on my test machine Exim installation right now. Speaking of which, is FreeBSD with Exim a good combination for a mailserver, what are your experiences? Thanks, -- Nino _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"