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On Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at 02:30:50PM -0800, Gurusamy Sarathy wrote:
> I've run into an issue with the IPv6 support in postfix when it is
> set up to deliver to a literal IPv6 address in the transport table.
> It looks like 'smtpd' will only accept IPv6 address literals in RFC
> 2821 format while 'smtp' will only accept IPv6 address literals in
> the unadorned form (without the ipv6: prefix).
The documented smtp(8) nexthop syntax is:
SMTP DESTINATION SYNTAX
SMTP destinations have the following form:
Connect to the host at the specified address, and
connect to the specified port (default: smtp). An
IPv6 address must be formatted as [ipv6:address].
If this is not the case, perhaps you are reporting a bug, rather
than a missing feature?