Just remove yyy.com from the virtual domains file? And add it back if I need to use it?
Andrew > [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: >> Hello, >> >> i have an RHEL-Qmail-Vpopmail-Installation with 2 virtural domains >> (xxx.com and yyy.com). Domain xxx.com is in daily use. yyy.com is only >> there for fallback if the real yyy.com mailserver dies. >> >> My problem is that if a user from xxx.com sends a mail to a user at >> yyy.com it gets delievered locally, it never goes out to the real >> yyy.com >> mailserver. >> >> I tried to set smtproutes but discovered that it won't work because >> local-delivery happens before smtproutes is used. >> >> How can I send mails to the REAL yyy.com-Mailserver. >> >> Is there a way to "disable" the yyy.com-Domain temporarily, or a >> .qmail-trick I haven't found so far? >> > > Hi, > > yyy.com shouldn't be a virtual domain on the server. It should just > have entries in [more]rcpthosts and smtproutes. You may not even need > smtproutes if yyy.com's lowest MX is set to the real server. > > Regards, > > Rick > >