Backup MX

2020-05-26 Thread siefke_lis...@web.de
Hello, is there a Tutorial somewhere to install opensmtpd as Backup MX? I find nothing really about it or I be blind. Thank you Silvio pgpdLMKXwMU7d.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Question about backup mx

2018-10-31 Thread Matt Schwartz
Ok, thanks for the clarification. I guess one way to avoid the wait is to just manually schedule all. On Wed, Oct 31, 2018, 8:48 AM Gilles Chehade On Mon, Oct 22, 2018 at 01:36:07PM -0400, Matt Schwartz wrote: > > If I have two mail exchange servers and the primary one goes down, do > > I then

Re: Question about backup mx

2018-10-31 Thread Gilles Chehade
On Mon, Oct 22, 2018 at 01:36:07PM -0400, Matt Schwartz wrote: > If I have two mail exchange servers and the primary one goes down, do > I then have to manually issue an smtpctl schedule all to resume > delivery from the backup to the primary? > no, you just have to way for the backup one to

Question about backup mx

2018-10-22 Thread Matt Schwartz
If I have two mail exchange servers and the primary one goes down, do I then have to manually issue an smtpctl schedule all to resume delivery from the backup to the primary? -- You received this mail because you are subscribed to misc@opensmtpd.org To unsubscribe, send a mail to:

Re: backup mx -- delivery loop

2015-11-02 Thread LÉVAI Dániel
Michael Morak @ 2015-11-01T18:40:01 +0100: > Hi Daniel, > > as far as I've seen from the manual, the syntax is "relay [backup > [mx]]" and the description says: "Accepted mails are only relayed > through servers with a lower preference value in the MX record

Re: backup mx -- delivery loop

2015-11-02 Thread LÉVAI Dániel
Michael Morak @ 2015-11-02T11:36:18 +0100: > Hi, > > I meant that you specify a value as a *number* like this: > > "relay backup 20" That is really meant to be a server name, not a number: /usr/src/usr.sbin/smtpd/parse.y:645 opt_relay : BACKUP STRING {

Re: backup mx -- delivery loop

2015-11-02 Thread Michael Morak
ult server name. Cheers, Michael On 2 November 2015 at 09:25, LÉVAI Dániel <l...@ecentrum.hu> wrote: > Michael Morak @ 2015-11-01T18:40:01 +0100: >> Hi Daniel, >> >> as far as I've seen from the manual, the syntax is "relay [backup >> [mx]]" and t

Re: backup mx -- delivery loop

2015-11-01 Thread LÉVAI Dániel
LÉVAI Dániel @ 2015-10-31T10:24:35 +0100: > Hi! > > I'm trying to setup a simple backup mx on OpenBSD 5.8-stable, but so far > it seems more of a burden than a "simple" task :) > > smtpd.conf: > 8< &g

Re: backup mx -- delivery loop

2015-11-01 Thread Michael Morak
Hi Daniel, as far as I've seen from the manual, the syntax is "relay [backup [mx]]" and the description says: "Accepted mails are only relayed through servers with a lower preference value in the MX record for the domain than the one specified in mx. If mx is not specified, the

backup mx -- delivery loop

2015-10-31 Thread LÉVAI Dániel
Hi! I'm trying to setup a simple backup mx on OpenBSD 5.8-stable, but so far it seems more of a burden than a "simple" task :) smtpd.conf: 8< pki hostname certificate "/etc/ssl/smtpd_cert.pem" pki hostname key "/e

Re: OpenSMTPd as a backup MX

2014-05-30 Thread Denis Fondras
Hi Gilles, Is your machine named mx2.backdom.fr ? Your guess is perfectly right :) The machine is not named mx2.backdom.fr. The configuration file and logs are very important to debug this, there is so much we can guess :-p I will send these in private. Thank you, Denis -- You

Re: OpenSMTPd as a backup MX

2014-05-29 Thread Gilles Chehade
On Thu, May 29, 2014 at 11:10:10PM +0200, Denis Fondras wrote: Hi, Hi, I'd like some explanation on how opensmtpd works as a backup mx. I use opensmtpd-201405202105p1 compiled myself on Debian7. Can you share the configuration file ? I'm not sure I understand what happens. First I