Re: OpenSMTP as mx backup

2018-11-26 Thread Chris Bennett
+2 on that! Sorry +1 is just not enough! I have a backup, but that's only IF I know there's a problem. If I have any net access, if I'm not traveling. If . Most of my email is unimportant. But when it is, it's $$ or some emergency. Chris -- You received this mail because you are

Re: OpenSMTP as mx backup

2018-11-26 Thread Craig Skinner
On Sun, 25 Nov 2018 15:49:44 +0100 Gilles Chehade wrote: > .. if you have a secondary MX that keeps your mail for longer > than 4 days, which is already quite long, it means that you have more > trust in the reliability of your secondary MX than your primary MX and > this essentially means your

Re: OpenSMTP as mx backup

2018-11-25 Thread Lars Bonnesen
Hi all of you. Thanks for the input. 90 days are just an example. But I agree with you, My backup MX is more reliable than my primary MX. The is a test home setup running on an xDSL - line, and the last month, this xDSL has been running insanely unstable. Even though it is a test mail, I do

Re: OpenSMTP as mx backup

2018-11-25 Thread Gilles Chehade
On Wed, Nov 14, 2018 at 10:41:44AM +0100, Lars Bonnesen wrote: > I managed to figure it out. Seems quite simple. What does the trick is: > > action "disney" relay backup mx mxbackup.donald.duck > > match from any for domain "donald.duck" action "disney" > > > When the primare mx are down, I can

Re: OpenSMTP as mx backup

2018-11-14 Thread Lars Bonnesen
I managed to figure it out. Seems quite simple. What does the trick is: action "disney" relay backup mx mxbackup.donald.duck > match from any for domain "donald.duck" action "disney" When the primare mx are down, I can see mails being queued up with: smtpctl show queue and mail shows up