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On 4/18/12 10:15 PM, Noel Jones wrote:
> On 4/18/2012 10:21 PM, Deron Kazmaier wrote:
>> Seems like this is a semi-common problem, but I just can't get my
>> head around this. I've been struggling with this for over 5 days,
>> and I could really use a fresh pair of eyes:
> First, TURN OFF ALL THE DEBUG AND VERBOSE LOGGING!
Sorry, I was having other troubles, which I had resolved. I actually
gave up just a little too soon. After fixing one problem after another
with the default virtualmin configuration, I stopped one too soon.
Anyway, sorry again about the verbose logs. 9 times out of 10, I need
more info than people provide when trying to figure out the problems
they are having in my own work. If I have future problems, I'll be sure
to start out smaller!
>> mydestination = lisn-mdv.razercut.com, localhost.razercut.com, , localhost, marksteiner.ag, faroutprojects.com, whdt.net
> Are all these "local" non-virtual domains? Domains handled by
> postfix should not be listed in more than one address class.
That was one of the many attempts at fixing the problem. I've removed
it. It didn't seem to hurt, only put more warnings in the log, but
thanks for the reminder!
>> smtpd_recipient_restrictions = permit_mynetworks
>> permit_sasl_authenticated reject
> On a general purpose MTA, this must be
> smtpd_recipient_restrictions =
> The final "reject" is causing your current problem. Possibly other
> problems will show up after you fix this.
And that was indeed my problem! The original configuration had no reject
and one of the many failed solutions I found on the Internet said to put
Thanks for your help! I would have saved me tons of time by starting
here instead of bugging folks at Ubuntu and Virtualmin. Lesson learned.
On the bright side (for me at least), I did learn an awful lot about
postfix and mail in general.
> If you get new errors, post the NON VERBOSE log entries and a fresh
> postfinger with the new configuration.
Right now, other than getting SSL working, I am good. Thanks again!
> -- Noel Jones