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> On Fri, Oct 22, 2010 at 9:10 AM, Cameron Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> > I have my mail system set up with 11 Postfix mail servers on my LAN servers
> > that send mail out through a single Postfix mail gateway.
> > mx for my domain is to google mail servers as mail accounts are handled
> > there.
> > When an application on one of my servers tries to send mail to a mail
> > account on my domain it fails:
> > Recipient address rejected: User
> > unknown in relay recipient table;
> > It's obviously looking locally for that user.
> > How do I configure the mail servers and gateway to send mail to accounts on
> > my domain so they can be received by the google mail servers?
> So I found this tutorial:
> Is this the correct direction to solve my issue?
> If so does that need to be on each mail server or just on the gateway?
I do not respond about third-party howtos, setting up an OUTBOUND
mail relay is really simple.
- DO NOT list remote domains in relay_domains or virtual_alias_domains
or virtual_mailbox_domains or mydestination or transport_maps or
anywhere else on the outbound mail relay.
- DO list inside networks in mynetworks on the outbound mail relay.
- DO set relayhost (or equivalent) on the inside machines.