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On 2011-07-21 21:08, Victor Duchovni wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 03:03:53PM -0400, Zhou, Yan wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> I thought this is a Postfix setting. Postfix 2.3.3.
>> Say, my postfix server manages domain1 and domain2. If I send a message
>> to X@domain1 and Y@domain2. Right now I get two separate messages (both
>> identical), how can I get just one single message for ALL domains?
> For mail others send, you can't. For mail you send, if it is important
> (I would suggest not), configure the same transport:nexthop for both
> example.com smtp:example.com
> example.net smtp:example.net
I'm sure that was meant to be:
I honestly don't see where this would be useful though - unless that's
not his real question and he wants to use domain-segregated relayhosts,
and there are better solutions for that.
> Adjust as necessary if the destination is not remote, making sure in all
> cases (including content filters) that the transport and nexthop are the
> same for both domains.